Cape Town - Highlands Park coach Owen da Gama has claimed that although he rates Tendai Ndoro highly, he is uncertain whether or not the Lions of the North can sign him.
Reports suggested Ndoro had already penned a deal with Highlands Park, but Da Gama has revealed that he still needs to hear from his boss, Larry Brookstone, about the former Orlando Pirates striker's situation.
"Ja, no he is a very good player, no doubt about it. As I said to you, the entire thing now boils down to the financial situation, you know," said Da Gama, according to KickOff.
"So that is between management, his agent and then we'll take it from there.
"He is a good player, no doubt about it."
Ndoro was the subject of controversy after Ajax Cape Town were relegated to the National First Division due to a seven-point penalty they received for fielding him while he was ineligible.
The Zimbabwean has since been linked with the likes of Kaizer Chiefs, SuperSport United and Bidvest Wits after leaving the Urban Warriors, but it appears that the newly-promoted Premiership side is leading the race for his services.