Kenya captain, Victor Wantama has set sight on playing for three South Africa premier league clubs in the future.
The 29-year-old says he will love to feature for DStv premiership sides, Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns when the opportunity presents itself.
Wanyama shockingly left English Premier league side, Tottenham Hotspur for Major League Soccer Club, Montreal Impact.
The ebony black midfielder fell out with then manager, Jose Mourinho and decided to leave for more playing time.
The towering Wanyama is in his second season in the US but is looking for a future opportunity with the three South Africa clubs if the chance comes.
“Maybe in the future one day I would love to have that experience [of playing in Africa], I like all the top teams in South Africa, Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates and of course Mamelodi Sundowns,” Wanyama said in the latest Kick Off Magazine.
“I supported them when I was young watching Surprise Moriri and all of those guys, it was nice to watch how they play.
“I would say I do support them now because my Kenyan companion [Brian] Onyango is there and my friend, the Uganda goalkeeper Denis Onyango, that’s why I always watch their games and support them fully.
“These teams I have mentioned [I would play for], Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns, Orlando Pirates – they play really nice football to watch.”
Wanyama played for Kenyan side AFC Leopards before leaving in 2007 for Swedish outfit, Helsingborg.
He has had stints with Germinal Beerschot in Belgium and Scottish Premier League giants Celtic.
His display in the Scottish league saw Southampton snap him up before Tottenham Hotspur acquired his service later.