Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns forward Mogakolodi Ngele has asked for the club to send him out on loan in order for him to get first-team experience and regular game time.
The Botswana international has spent one season at Sundowns after joining from Platinum Stars but has yet to force his way into coach Pitso Mosimane's plans.
Ngele made only 15 appearances at Chloorkop with Keagan Dolly, Khama Billiat and Themba Zwane preferred ahead of him last season.
Agent Tim Sukazi has confirmed that Ngele has been growing frustrated on the bench at Sundowns.
"We have now made a request in writing that due to a lack of game time, our client wishes to be sold or loaned out where he can possibly get some game time because he is growing increasingly frustrated on the sidelines at Sundowns. He really should be playing more," Sukazi told The Star.
"He understands that competition was tough and those in his position were doing well, but it does not change the fact that he still wanted to play.
"We expect the club to be reasonable. He is not saying he wants a clearance. He has a contract that has one more year to run and has an option for Sundowns to renew it if they so wish, hence he is asking maybe to be sold or loaned out if possible so he can start enjoying football again."