Zimbabwean goalkeeper Edmore Sibanda says he will decide his future after the upcoming AFCON tournament, with one eye on joining an Absa Premiership team.
Sibanda, who normally deputises for George Chigova in the Warriors squad, recently parted ways with his club Witbank Spurs after they were relegated to the ABC Motsepe league.
"Yhoo now I'm just waiting for the AFCON now, now I'm waiting for the AFCON," he tells KickOff.com.
"Then I decide where I'm going. I will find a team after the tournament. I'm hoping for a move into the PSL or anywhere. There's quite some few offers but now my manager knows everything. I cannot disclose, only he can say."
Sibanda's business manager Nqobizitha Mlilo says there are some offers they are considering for the shot stopper.
"We are considering offers we are getting. He is a free agent," Mlilo says.
"He will be going to AFCON. He is a free agent so it's an easier transportation. He has numerous caps from under 23 to national team, so the quality is there. He is at his peak now. He is good value for money."