Cape Town - Golden Arrows coach Shaun Bartlett has taken his coaching credentials to the next level after completing his UEFA A licence.
The former Bafana Bafana striker took to social media via his Twitter account to share the news.
The 41-year-old has been in charge of Golden Arrows since the departure of Mark Harrison during the course of last season, but was unable to secure PSL status for Abafana Bes'thende.
Bartlett played all over world before officially retiring in 2009 after Bloemfontein Celtic lured him to come out of retirement.
Growing up in Factreton, the former striker played for Norway Parks and then moved onto Vasco Da Gama.
He then went on to play in the Major Soccer League where he played for Colorado Rapids and then Metro Stars who are known as New York Red Bulls today.
Bartlett made 123 appearances for Charlton Athletic and has also won the Premier League Goal of the Season award in 2000/01 for his volley against Leicester City.
Here is Bartlett’s tweet via his account: