Cape Town - Former Orlando Pirates striker, Lennox Bacela, is not worried about finding a new club and is currently weighing his options with a number of clubs having already approached him since becoming a free agent.
Bacela told Sport24 that he is at home relaxing after he was handed his clearance by the Soweto giants last week.
“Right now I’m taking things easy as my agent works on offers that have been tabled to us,” Bacela said.
“I do not hold a grudge and all my focus is continuing with my football career.”
The lanky striker said he will still be playing football in the PSL’s new season and all that is left is for him is to commit his future to a club which will guarantee him game time.
The 32-year-old striker started his PSL career at Cape Town Santos before joining Bloemfontein Celtic.
He later on joined Pirates in 2013 from the Bloemfontein based team.