Striker Jeremy Brockie says he does not regret his decision to leave SuperSport United to join Mamelodi Sundowns.
Brockie was in top form in his three years with Matsatsantsa and was regarded as one of the best forwards in the PSL.
The New Zealand international then joined Tshwane rivals in Sundowns in 2018 but things have not gone according to plan.
He suffered a lengthy goal drought and was eventually loaned to Maritzburg United, where has still struggled to find his best form.
Brockie, during a live Q&A on his Twitter account, said: "There's risks in every decision that you make.
"Sometimes they work and sometimes it doesn't go to plan how you pictured it. I haven't given up on that picture I painted.
"Have some unreal memories of being at that club [SuperSport] and forever grateful for them taking a risk and bringing me to SA.
"I don't have any regrets in anything I do but I learn from every decision I make."
When asked about his current contract situation, Brockie revealed that he is waiting for Sundowns to let him know if they will take the option to renew his contract.
- TEAMtalk media