Fourpence, who skippers the Limpopo-based club, has the club’s blessings in this, as they also believe him to be premiership material.
“I am a Dynamos player for now and whoever wants me must consult them, but I am now eager for a break into the PSL, which I believe is best for me,” said the player.
“I have the necessary experience and talent, so nothing can stop me from achieving my set goals.” Dynamos coach, Darlington Dhodho, confirmed that the player’s contract would run out in June, adding that the club would not stand in his way should any opportunity come his way.
“We are still interested in his services, but also wish that he breaks into the Premiership, where his talents deserve to be showcased,” said Dhodho.
“If nothing comes up, we will negotiate a contract extension with him because we really would love him to remain with us. We have some Gauteng teams following his progress already and we hope that they will sign him.”Post published in: Football