Former Bafana Bafana captain, Aaron Mokoena, revealed that he is yet to decide on whether or not he will continue with his playing career. The 107-cap Bafana international was earlier this season linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs although no deal appears to be in the offing in the immediate future.
The 33-year-old boasts a wealth of experience at the very highest levels of the game in Europe and has always maintained a highly professional attitude as a result. He spent last season at Wits where he perhaps didn't have the greatest campaign largely due to a series of niggling injuries.
He was released by the Students at the end of the 2012/13 season and it later became known that he was in contact with Chiefs regarding a possible move to that club. However, the signing of Ugandan international, Ivan Bukenya, may have been a sign the Glamour Boys have found the cover they were looking for in the holding role and at centre back.
Nonetheless, with Chiefs looking to strengthen their squad ahead of a potentially taxing CAF Champions League campaign next year, it can't be entirely ruled out that they may consider adding 'Mbazo' to their ranks.
The strong centre back who led Bafana at the 2010 FIFA World Cup explained to the Siya crew that he had been in contact with Chiefs in recent times, however he was yet to decide on his playing future.
He said, "I'm taking things as they come. Getting back to playing is a big question mark to be honest. There are other things I want to do and when I'm in the field, I want to give as much focus as possible. Doing a lot of things away from the pitch while playing is in my experience quite difficult. I'll decide by end of this year if I want to continue. Look, mate, I'm super fit. I'm not just relaxing because in the morning I go and sweat a little bit. That's what I do. I had dinner with Stuart (Baxter) a couple of weeks ago. We had a private discussion and I won't get too much into that. It's something that I will leave to Chiefs and Stuart to deal with, you know."