With the transfer window now closed, we got a few PSL players, coaches and chairmen to reveal their dream signings from any league in Africa.
Clayton Daniels says there is nothing that would make him happier than to see his current club Maritzburg United bring in Zambian forward Rainford Kalaba.
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The 34-year-old Zambian star has been linked with South African clubs in the past but nothing materialised.
"Rainford Kalaba," Daniels tells KickOff.com.
"The TP Mazembe striker, the big one. I played against him and he gave me a tough time at the back. I'd like to play with him one day. When I was at SuperSport [United] in the [CAF] Confederation Cup final I played against the big striker. He was a big striker man, I liked him.
"He was running in the channels, he was making things happen for them. He was a hard worker, he was very physical. You know African players are very physical in general. He had that intelligence of how to position his body you know [Ed's note: Daniels may be confusing Kalaba with Ben Malango, who played next to Kalaba at the time].
"It's not everyone that can put his body between the ball and the defender and protect the ball. I think he's done that very well. I don't know if he's still there or he's overseas or what happened but he's a good player in my eyes."
See who other PSL players, coaches and chairmen want their teams to sign in the gallery above