Wits have exercised their two-year option on Malawian striker, Robin Ngalande, though his immediate future at the club remains unknown.
The 21-year-old forward was due to see his contract expire at the end of this month, however the Siya crew has now been informed that his contract has been extended by a further two years.
Ngalande only made six starts for Wits in the PSL this season, scoring in two of those games, while also getting his third of the season as the league came to a close.
Meanwhile, the Malawi international scored a crucial last minute goal from his nation in the recent African Cup of Nations qualifier against Chad, a goal that ultimately saved his side from being knocked out.
However, despite Wits’ decision to exercise their option on the attacker, he has been linked with a move away from the club, with Danish side, Wits, thought to be keen, though any switch now may only be on a loan basis.