Zambia and Zanaco star Lawrence Chungu has declared his admiration for Kaizer Chiefs while confirming two offers from the Absa Premiership.
After starring for Zanaco with eight starts en route to the quarter-final stage of the CAF Confederation Cup, the tireless left-back has attracted widespread interest across the continent.
And upon their exit at the hands of Pyramids, Chungu revealed he may further his career in South Africa when the transfer window re-opens.
"There are two teams in South Africa that are looking for my services, they are big teams. Right now they have started talking to my club," Chungu tells KickOff.com.
"They are negotiating for the transfer fee to buy me, so I'm just waiting for them. When they are finished then they will approach me to negotiate the salaries.
"I don't have any problem, the South African league and Zambian league have similarities, it's not a big deal.
"It won't be difficult for me to fit in that league. At times you can struggle but I'll do my best and hope something good can come out."
The 28-year-old went on to add that he holds affection for the current league leaders and Gavin Hunt's side, who also participated in the Confederation Cup this season.
"In South Africa, I like Kaizer Chiefs and Bidvest [Wits], those are the teams that I like. But no I can't confirm that those are the teams that are looking for me."
When pressed on what side he feels he would excel in: "All I can say is, that [Mamelodi] Sundowns and Chiefs are two teams that suit my style of play.
"But [making a transfer] all depends on my club if they accept any offers [at the end of the season]."
Chungu has amassed 11 caps for Chipolopolo since making his senior debut in 2011 under two-time Africa Cup of Nations-winning coach Herve Renard.