Zwane spent the past season at Mpumalanga Black Aces, whom he joined after a spell at Black Leopards where he claims he was unfairly dismissed last year.
“I remain a football player though I don’t have a club at the moment. Since I am fit and can still play, as I have always taken good care of myself, I am merely waiting for offers from clubs that could be interested.
“To me age doesn’t really matter as long as a player can deliver on the field. In the overseas leagues experienced players are valued because for what they can bring into teams. I still believe that I, like Shaun Bartlett, can still add value.
“I did speak to FC Cape Town a while back, but they never really gave me an answer. I think some clubs tend to believe experienced players demand a lot of money yet we can always negotiate towards an agreement,” says Zwane.
A left-back of note, Zwane has played in Portugal and Malaysia as well as stints at Manning Rangers and SuperSport United.