Cape Town - Veteran AmaZulu striker
Siyabonga Nomvethe has revealed that he has no plans to hang up his boots as he
feels he still has plenty to offer as a player.
Nomvethe, who is set to turn 41 in
December, started his playing career with African Wanderers back in 1997.
The striker is one of few players who has
played for Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates as well as Moroka
The former Bafana Bafana forward also made
a name for himself abroad by playing for Italy's Udinese, Salernitana and
He later moved to Sweden's Djurgarden but
returned to South Africa for short stint with the Buccaneers.
After less than 20 appearances for the Sea
Robbers Nomvethe returned to Europe in a deal with Denmark's AaB 68.
In addition to his lengthy club career, the
forward earned 81 caps for Bafana Bafana and scored 16 goals.
Speaking about his plans to continue
playing, he told the Sunday World: "To me football is a gift.
"No one told me to start playing
football, likewise no one will tell me to stop.
"You saw last season that I still have
it. You cannot tell that I am at this age (40) because I work hard."