The pacy winger is a free agent after turning out for Oud Heverlee Leuven in the Belgian Second Division. He was on loan from Belgian First Division side, KVC Westerlo.
A product of Chelsea’s development along with Bafana Bafana one-timers Jeffrey Ntuka and Gerald Modubi, the KZN-born Mosia teamed up with Thanda on Monday.
Speaking to KickOff.com yesterday after training at the beach, the stocky player said; “I decided to come back home because Oud did not want to give me the money I wanted.
“I put in good performances during the two years I spent with them on loan. My agency then organised me this move to Thanda. I haven’t played a single game here yet and have only worked out with guys like Norman Smith and Thabiso Rammile.”
Mosia says he’s keen to play in the PSL before returning to Europe.
“I am not done playing in Europe. It’s just that there was no way I intended to accept the low wages that I was earning.”
Mosia will get an opportunity to impress Thanda’s technical during a friendly being organized against Bloemfontein Celtic on Saturday at Hluhluwe, in Northern Natal.