DARREN Keet says he is not
bothered by the lack of offers for his services.
The Bafana Bafana goalie is focusing firmly on the upcoming the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
Keet rejected a contract extension at Bidvest Wits, and now finds himself without a club.
But that is the least of his worries.
“Offers? No, I haven’t received anything,” says Keet.
“There are no offers from overseas yet. But that is not a problem for me. I’ve got my agents dealing with that and they’ll let me know accordingly when the time is right.”
Keet is eyeing the number spot in the Bafana team, competing with Ronwen Williams and Bruce Bvuma for the jersey.
And that seems to be his primary preoccupation at the moment.
“I’m not dealing with the offers at the moment. I’m not too bored. My job now is to focus on what we are currently doing in Dubai. From Dubai it is Egypt and then the first Afcon game.
“That’s where my focus is on.”
The 29-year-old has been linked with a move to Mamelodi Sundowns, but he has sounded keen to go back overseas.