Swallows FC are keen to keep Kaizer Chiefs trio Itumeleng Shopane, Ayanda Rorwana and Given Thibedi beyond this season.
Shopane, Rorwana and Thibedi – who are all 22 years old – joined Swallows on season-long loan deals from Amakhosi at the start of the campaign.
Siwze Twala also joined Brandon Truter's side in January after he was deemed surplus to requirements and released from Naturena in January.
The Chiefs development products, particularly Shopane, Thibedi and Twala, have been instrumental in helping the Dube Birds in their mission to win promotion to the Absa Premiership next season.
Swallows boss David Mogashoa says his club is very happy with the contributions made by the players from Amakhosi.
"The boys have done well. We are very happy with their contributions this season," Mogashoa tells KickOff.com.
"We don't mind keeping them next season. We have developed a great relationship with Kaizer Chiefs.
"The players are currently on loan. They will decide at at the end of the season. We would still love to keep them next season."
Bobby Motaung is currently banned from making any new signings at Naturena for next season due to Chiefs' two-window transfer ban and it will be interesting to see if he recalls the youngsters in the off-season.
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