France-based midfielder Keagan Dolly has discussed recent rumours linking him with a transfer to Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs.
Dolly has been linked with a shock move to Chiefs since January, with fresh reports surfacing of a possible return to the PSL for the former Mamelodi Sundowns star.
Since leaving local shores almost three years ago, the 27-year-old has found himself struggling with an assortment of injuries and made only 43 appearances for Ligue 1 outfit Montpellier, while scoring just one goal and tallying two assists.
The Bafana Bafana international, however, has laughed off rumours that he could be headed back to South Africa to try and reestablish himself with Amakhosi.
"I don't really read much into it [speculation], because there's always rumours in football that this player is going to this team, or that player is going to that team," Dolly told the South African Football Journalists Association.
"But it's obviously pleasing to see that people back home are missing me, and knowing that they haven't forgotten about me.
"But it's speculation and myself, my family and my agent know what the plan is, and what my vision is for myself and my career going forward.
"When people speculate of me going to Chiefs or back to Sundowns, I don't really take it too deeply or read that much into it, because I know what I want and I know what my plan is."