Moroka Swallows are looking set to add another striker to their already impressive strike force as they are currently in negotiations with former Bush Bucks target man Mark McVeigh.
The attacking options in the squad seem to be looking better by the day after the recent signings of Dennis Lota and Shaun Permall, as well as the acquisition of Keryn Jordan late last season from Manning Rangers.
With the likes of Marc Batchelor and free-scoring midfielder Lucas Sebona also around, Swallows fans can expect plenty of goals this season.
McVeigh has a wealth of Premier Soccer League (PSL) experience to his name, including a previous stint at Swallows in the 1998/1999 season.
He has also had spells at SuperSport United, AmaZulu, African Wanderers and Ria Stars and has managed four South Africa Under-23 caps in the past.
The 24-year-old was born in Reading, England, and represented both Queens Park Rangers juniors and West Ham United juniors as a youngster.
McVeigh will become the latest player from Bush Bucks, who were liquidated at the end of last season, to find himself new employment in the PSL, after Wilfred Mugeyi, Anele Zibi and John Maduka all found themselves new clubs.