Jomo Cosmos owner and head coach Jomo Sono says he is waiting for Orlando Pirates to decide if they will keep striker Ayanda Nkosi.
The 26-year-old former Free State Stars striker joined Ezenkosi on a season-long loan at the beginning of the last campaign, following his lack of game-time at the Buccaneers in his first two seasons.
Nkosi has only made seven appearances for Cosmos in the National First Division, scoring one goal.
The three-year deal he signed with the Soweto giants when he arrived in 2016 expires on June 30, and Sono says the decision lies with Bucs on whether they will keep Nkosi by extending his contract.
"The agreement was a loan so the loan has expired," Sono tells KickOff.com.
"So what's required now is for him to go back to Pirates and report first. He is a Pirates player, I don't know if his contract at Pirates ends in June, but he is a Pirates player.
"We will wait for Pirates as they are the ones who offered him to us. If they do again, then we'll talk."