Callisto Pasuwa says he is back on the market following the expiry of his contract with Malawian side Nyasa Bullets at the end of last year.

The gaffer had signed a two-month deal and managed to win the championship with games to spare.

In an interview with the Herald, Pasuwa revealed that he is even open to local offers

“I am currently not employed, but I am looking forward to getting another job if the right offer comes, but at the moment as I have said, I am not contracted to anyone.

“My contract with them (Nyasa) ended last year, and they have expressed interest in bringing me back, but we are yet to agree on anything.

“Given another chance, I will go and coach in Malawi again, but the offer just has to be right for me to take it. We are negotiating with them , and nothing has materialised as yet,” he continued.

The 48-year-old joined the Malawian champions in October after an almost two-year sabbatical from management.