Continued lack of game-time at Platinum Stars this season could result in Rofhiwa Tshikovhi seeking a move away from the club in the near future.
The defender is still being linked with Kaizer Chiefs, as that has been the case in recent times.
The defending Absa Premiership champions are believed to be the admirers of the 27-year-old centre back.
Tshikovhi comes from Tshiondo, which is the same Limpopo village that Chiefs and Bafana Bafana defender, Mulomowandau Mathoho, nurtured his football skills before he became a household name in the local game.
Dikwena coach Cavin Johnson has stuck with the pairing of Sboniso Gumede and Isaac Nhlapo for the team’s central defence, since the beginning of the 2015/16 season.
While the partnership of Gumede and Nhlapo has seemingly been functioning, as the side has conceded just two goals in their PSL campaign so far this season, Tshikovhi is believed to have become increasingly frustrated with watching the team in action from a distance.
Chiefs, Free State Stars and Ajax Cape Town are some of the clubs believed to have been monitoring Tshikovhi’s situation at the North West outfit.
“Chiefs are still interested in Rofhiwa Tshikovhi. They have been interested in the player for some time and, while Free State Stars are also interested in the player, Chiefs have made informal enquiries about him.
“They were interested to know why the player has not been playing at Platinum Stars and asked if the player is in the coach’s plans or not.
“Ajax Cape Town is one of the other clubs that have been monitoring the player but I can tell you now that, of all the clubs I know that have shown interest in the player, Chiefs like the player the most,” a Siya crew source revealed.
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Tshikovhi is on a long-term contract at Stars, having signed a five-year contract, which was broken into a straight three-year deal and two-year option, in January this year.