Former Wits midfielder Mark Haskins has revealed that he is still searching for a new club and hasn't given up hope of resuming his playing career in the PSL.
The 32-year-old spent last season on loan to SuperSport United and was even a starter in the club's Nedbank Cup final defeat to Kaizer Chiefs in May. However, at the end of the season he was released and is now a free agent.
Haskins said that he is currently training with a group of fellow professionals who are also out of contract.
He said, "I am still in the process of looking for a club. I definitely haven't finished yet. I've spoken to everybody possible and I think it's just a matter of time before something comes up. Everybody has pretty much said they're happy with what they've got. I guess it's just a waiting game as situations change."
"I'm not ruling anything out because I want to play, man. I think I can do a job. I'm staying sharp by training with a whole group of guys who are out of contract. I mean recently we played a game against Black Aces and it actually went well. We drew 1-1."
"There's quite a few names in our group. There's Derrick Spencer and Timothy Batabaire. There's a whole lot of guys. There's two full teams who played a full 90 minutes recently. Fabian McCarthy is involved and he's kind of like the coach.
"We try and train just about every day but of course not everyone can make it all the time. It's hard not to be playing though. I mean a few months ago I was in the starting line-up in a cup final, you know", Haskins concluded.