Former Zanaco striker Mwape Musonda admits that he is considering moving back home if he fails to join another Absa Premiership club.
The 25-year-old forward joined Golden Arrows on loan last season, however, his time was short-lived as he was released by the club along with Ryan Chapman, who returned to their clubs respectively.
Although the striker still has two-years left on his Orlando Pirates contract, Musonda has been told by the club that he is not in Muhsin Ertugral’s plans for the 2016-17 season.
‘The club has indicated that I am not in the plans for the new season and that is understandable considering the issue of the number of foreign players at the club,’ Musonda told KickOff.com.
‘I am currently training with Jazzy Queen’s (Harold Legodi) academy just to keep fit while waiting for a deal.
‘If all fails here I will have to go back home because I really need to be playing.’
Musonda signed for the Buccaneers at the start of the 2015-16 season and has made 18 appearances, scoring twice and assisting a further two playing for both Pirates and Arrows.