First Division South rookies, VTM FC have once again made their presence felt in the country football circles by digging in the Orlando Pirates' old treasure chest and signing past players of one of South Africa's football giants.

Barely a few days after signing of former Orlando Pirates, Supersport United and Wits University mercurial attacker, Sfiso Myeni, sources within the corridors have told BG Sport of possibilities to sign another former Orlando Pirates and Platinum Stars defender, Tshepo Gumede, who is currently training with the team.

The technical team at the club are reportedly keen on signing the 31 year old and negotiations over the monthly payments are ongoing.

Another name being mentioned is that of former Orlando Pirates hard-tackling defender Rooi Mahamutsa, the 40 year old who is reportedly a close friend to Myeni and should VTM show interests, reports are that he is open to a move.

The club chairman, Vincent Mafuta recently outlined their targets for the upcoming season, adding that their main objective is to maintain First Division status and learn the terrains of First Division football.

After announcing the signing of the 34 year old South African international, Mafuta maintained a strong stance that their objectives remain unchanged.

“We vowed to bring three (3) experienced players, so Myeni is one of those, he is experienced and the boys will benefit from engaging with him. But our objectives does not change, we still aim for survival.

“One of our main interest is to attract a good number of people to the games, where there is a will there is a way, we are doing all we can to make sure we achieve that. He has been following our progress and after we managed to get promoted we met and he has agreed to come and be part of the project,” Mafuta shared.

Asked about the financial implications to attract Myeni, Mafuta revealed that the player came through to help the club grow its brand. “We met and discussed, I asked him to come and help me and he agreed, he asked a few people about the team, including Mogakolodi Ngele, and he received a positive feedback. It has never been about money but rather willingness to help us grow,” he responded.

The VTM chairman further stressed that, the move could go a long way to inspire his players and other young players in the country as they could learn a from the skillful attacker who has been part of high level football in South Africa during his illustrious career.

VTM management are also positive that the move could be a gateway to open the market for local players in South Africa and vise-versa.

Social media was set alight following the announcement and Myeni arrived in the country on Tuesday evening after agreeing to a one (1) year deal with the club.

Myeni has not been playing any competitive football and close reports suggests that he turned down other offers from Lesotho to sign for ‘Bafana ba dijabane’ as VTM is fondly known.