Parker, who is one of the key players for Thanda this season, is expected to leave the country on January 8 for a two week trial with Polish side, Legia Warsaw.
Speaking an interview with Kickoff.com after their Absa Premiership game against Jomo Cosmos in Witbank over the weekend, Parker promised that will do his best to win his new contract overseas.
“This is great opportunity that every youngster dreams about it. This is a big stepping stone in my career and I want to grab this chance with both hands.
“I don't know much about Polish football but as a professional footballer, I am ready to adapt to any kind of situation. I know if I can succeed in Poland I will get a chance to further my soccer career in other big leagues in the world.”
Meanwhile, Thanda Royal Zulu manager, Thabang Gumede has confirmed that they have managed to resolve the contractual dispute with midfielder, July Mahlangu.
“We have agreed everything in principle and submitted our new offer to his agency. I am sure by the New Year everything will be finalized,” said Gumede, who also explained the absence of striker, Lucky Maselesele from team's activities recently.
“Lucky’s grandmother passed away recently and we allowed the player to go home to bury his grandmother the past weekend.”