Jeremy Brockie will have plenty of clubs to choose from for next season, says Mike Makaab as his client comes to the end of his season-long loan deal with Maritzburg United.
The 32-year-old former SuperSport United striker is currently on the books of Mamelodi Sundowns.
He was loaned out this season after struggling to make an impact at Downs but went some way to rediscovering his form with the Team of Choice.
Brockie is expected to return to Masandawana when his contract expires in June.
The player's agent is, meanwhile, not overly concerned about Brockie's future, as he reportedly has a number of options.
Makaab told Soccer Laduma: "Sundowns have until 31 May on all their options, so we've just got to wait and see.
"I must tell you, but I can't mention names, there have been a couple of clubs interested – one of them a Top six that has shown extreme interest in Jeremy."
He added: "To be honest, I am not surprised because he has done incredibly well at SuperSport United and I just think he didn’t fit at Sundowns. This happens in football, I've seen it happen all over the world.
"Jeremy is a proven goal scorer and I am not concerned. I think all he needs is to get into an environment where he is played to his strength."
- TEAMtalk media