Dylan Kerr has confirmed that he is currently in talks with DStv Premiership side Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila.
The former Black Leopards and Baroka head coach was spotted at TTM training on Sunday.
Kerr recently resigned as Leopards coach following disagreements within the technical staff.
"We're talking, I watched training," Kerr tells KickOff.com.
"Look at what I was wearing. My own shirt, shorts. We are in good talks."
There is a perception that Kerr, who won two Kenyan Premier League titles with Gor Mahia, might be a 'big team coach' whose style of management does not fit with the philosophy of smaller clubs.
"I love my job and I'm 24/7 to make the team I coach successful. I don't think I've got any player that can say I'm a bad coach both on or off the field," says the former Simba SC mentor.
"All teams I've coached I was always told by others I'd never succeed but my work ethic and belief in players have proved people wrong. It's just like my playing career, from as young as 12 I wasn't good enough and look what I've won."
Following the support he received from people when he parted ways with both Baroka and Leopards, does the English coach think perhaps South Africa fans understand him better than club chairmen?
"I love my job. It's not about me, it's about the players, and that's important. It's all about keeping players happy and more important the fans, because I'm one of them."
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