Viera hoping Kadi will stay
VIERA want red-hot striker Calvin Kadi to stay with the club gunning for promotion to Greece's Premier League.
"The club bosses are talking to me, they want me to stay with the club," said Kadi, who is the joint top goalscorer in the league with 16 goals in 24 games.
Kadi joined Viera at the beginning of the season on a 12-month contract after a stint in Portugal where he played for Portimonense.
Viera are topping the log in the second division with eight matches to go in the season.
"We are negotiating for a long-term deal. The future is looking bright for us in terms of gaining promotion to the Premier League," said Kadi. "From the eight remaining matches, we need to win four and we will be in the Premiership."
Kadi, who has also played for the U-23 national side, said he has also been approached by clubs in Belgium and Norway. "Even here in Greece, there are some clubs who want me but I'm not in a position to name them. I will decide my next move at the end of the season."
Kadi had offers from Israel before going to Greece. "I wanted to go a place where I will grow as a player, not something similar to the PSL. The other thing is that the personal terms were not good."
Turning to Bafana Bafana, Kadi said he will continue rattling the net in Greece with the hope that one day he will get a call from coach Pitso Mosimane.
"I would love to play for Bafana Bafana. I have been scoring goals on a regular basis, it would be nice to get a courtesy call from the coach, even if it's not about the call-up.
"I strongly believe that if given a chance, I will score goals for Bafana Bafana."