Despite being in the Zambian national team squad recently, free agent Roderick Kabwe has struggled to attract interest from clubs in the PSL.
Kabwe was included in Chipolopolo's squad for the FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Mauritania and Morocco, but the player has not been able to find a new club since he last featured for Black Leopards at the end of last season.
He had a year remaining on his contract with Lidoda Duvha, but the 28-year-old is not part of Leopards, who are now campaigning in the GladAfrica Championship.
Kabwe is currently in Zambia and is holding out for a move in the PSL, knowing that a move back to his native country would jeopardise his chances of being registered as a South African in January.
"I am in Zambia. There are no offers from clubs that side (in South Africa)," the former Ajax Cape Town midfielder told the Siya crew.
Despite being without a club for the last four months, Kabwe remains confident that his desired move to the DStv Premiership will materialise.
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