Nicke Kabamba has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Havant & Waterlooville.
The former Portsmouth striker has been tabled four firm offers from National League clubs. But a move to Westleigh Park would be his preference.
Kabamba was released by the Blues earlier this month after not being handed a new deal. The 25-year-old spent the majority of last season on loan at League Two outfit Colchester United and Aldershot in the National League but struggled at both.
Kabamba has a choice of teams he could join this summer. However, the free agent wants to remain on the south coast and a switch to the Hawks is his first choice.
And his agent has been in contact with the club. Kabamba told The Portsmouth News: “I’ve had a quite few offers – four solid offers from the National League. Obviously, I want to be in the league but I haven’t been playing.
“So I might have to go down to National League level, smash that, show people I can score goals at that level and then bounce back up to League Two and start working my way up the leagues. There was a little bit of interest (from the Hawks).
“I’m not too sure about it but if it was Havant then that would be perfect.”
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