Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana has given an indication of what his future might hold as his contract at Chloorkop approaches its end.
Kekana's contract with Sundowns is due to expire in June this year, meaning he is able to sign a pre-contract with any team.
However, the Limpopo-born midfielder, who is set to turn 35 in May, is committed to remaining at Chloorkop next season.
The player has confirmed negotiations over a new Sundowns contract are ongoing.
"I can't talk now because we are busy with negotiations," said Kekana.
"It's a place I always wanted to be and I am enjoying my football here."
Kekana, who was recently honoured for his 300-plus games played for the club, is not the only person still negotiating a new deal.
Coach Pitso Mosimane's contract is also due to expire at the end of this season.