AmaZulu FC have offered Moeneeb Josephs a short-term coaching deal after his playing contract expired.
Josephs, who was assisting caretaker coach Ayanda Dlamini before lockdown, has been offered a two-month contract to remain in the role until the end of the season.
"We've offered him a contact to remain as our assistant coach until the end of the season and we are waiting for him," team manager Qedi Dlamini tells KickOff.com.
The former Orlando Pirates shot-stopper is understood to be weighing up his options in the absence of any assurance over a long-term deal in KwaZulu-Natal.
Usuthu have indicated they will make a longer-term decision on Josephs once they know what is happening with the current season, after the PSL board of governors provides clarity.
The club is yet to announce the fate of suspended head coach Jozef Vukusic.
"The management is still looking at that, we will make an announcement once we have reached a conclusion," Dlamini adds.
Meanwhile, Usuthu have execised an option on Thembela Sikhakhane, who will remain at the club for another two months alongside Tsepo Masilela.