South Africa international striker Dino Ndlovu has not closed the door on a potential return to the DStv Premiership next season.
Ndlovu, 31, has not been short of suitors since leaving Chinese League One side Zhejiang Greentown, where he became the club's all-time record scorer in just three seasons.
It's been a unique journey for the robust forward since his last game in the PSL back in 2015 as he finished as top scorer with Cypriot giants Αnorthosis Famagusta before his legendary exploits with Qarabag between 2016 and 2017.
Ndlovu fired the club to the league title and scored four goals in the UEFA Champions League, which includes the historic strike against FC Copenhagen that saw the club become the first Azeri team to ever advance to the group stage.
That season earned him a life-changing contract at Greentown, whom he's now departed after three prolific years.
Despite claiming his preference is to remain abroad where he's flourished with lucrative contracts, he admitted he will never rule out the possibility of returning home.
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"I don't want to be the one knocking on the door," he tells KickOff.com when asked whether he'd reject Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns or Orlando Pirates.
"I don't want to be the one knocking on clubs' doors, I don't want to look or sound desperate. If there's any club in South Africa that feels they need my services, I'm not closing any door for anyone.
"We're bound to have that discussion and see if we reach an agreement. If we don't, we don't, but there's never any closed door for discussion."
Ndlovu scored 42 goals and registered seven assists in 67 games across all competitions before leaving the Chinese outfit in April last month.