Wayne Arendse who spent almost eight years with Mamelodi Sundowns has been a free agent since 2020 when he was released by Masandawana.
After leaving the reigning DStv Premiership Champions, the 37-year-old was rumoured to be heading to the University of Pretoria and AmaZulu were reportedly interested in bringing him to Durban but it all vanished like a smoke.
He has since been out of the professional game but says, he still feels good to play.
“I’m not hanging up my boots as yet, I still want to play, obviously because I still feel good,” said Arendse as per KickOff.
“Obviously I’m trying to speak to a few people but nothing concrete, because at the edn of the day it’s just to rub off my experience to the fellow players at whichever team approaches me.
“Hopefully, something comes up and we’ll see because obviously there is nothing as yet.”
According to the former CAF Champions League winner it’s no longer about money and is ready for any offer put on the table.
“You know the time for me for money it’s long over. It’s not about the money because for me I would say whichever team is interested, just put an offer on the table and let’s go.
“Because to me at this stage it’s just about playing, trying to help the club, help the players that are there, for me, it’s just about playing and enjoying.
“It’s not about money, the money I made with my entire career already.
“For me, I think it’s just the age factor, it’s the Achilles heel of South African football when players reach 33-years-old, clubs start backing away.
“But we had Nomvethe, Vuyo Mere is still going, Thiago Silva is still going at Chealse at 37, and Ronaldo is still going at 37.
“It’s the same thing with Shabba (Siphiwe Tshabalala), I think the last game that he played he got the man of the match and the guy is struggling to get a team just because he’s 37.”