Naicker signed a one-year deal with the KZN side at the start of the campaign, after playing for Milano United in the National First Division last season.
The former national under-20 goalkeeper, however, has been unable to break into the first team at Arrows.
He has been playing in the Multichoice Diski Challenge (MDC), featuring in all of the side’s matches as they went onto win the championship for a second time under the guidance of coach Vusimuzi Vilakazi.
The former Jomo Cosmos shot stopper, who turned 27 yesterday, landed in the country this morning with the Arrows MDC team that was in Spain. They played against Rayo Vallecano and Girona during their tour of Spain, and had a tour of Barcelona’s Camp Nou Stadium as well as Real Madrid Santiago Bernebeu.
The goalkeeper confirmed that talks between him and the club are already underway.
"Well I just have a season with Arrows, and it's ending now." Naicker tells KickOff.com.
"We have been talking, but nothing has been finalised or put on paper. To be honest I haven't heard from my agent for a few weeks so I haven't got a clue."