Ghanaian midfielder James Kotei believes the quality of the Tanzanian League is above that of South Africa.
The PSL has been touted as one of the best in Africa due to its coverage and the level of leverage it receives across the continent.
Kotei moved from Tanzania to South Africa after joining PSL giants Kaizer Chiefs from Simba.
However insufficient playing opportunities at Chiefs saw his exit from the Club where he failed to make any competitive appearance.
The 26-year-old has rated the Tanzanian top-flight above the most talked about PSL.
“I respect Simba fans a lot. They are in my blood. I love them and they love me too. I Just want to wish them well but nobody knows about the future,” Kotei said.
“Some people consider the Tanzania League as of low quality but when I went to play in South Africa I realised that in Tanzania, their league is not low as many people think, only that there are minor things which need to be addressed there.
“In South Africa, the coverage of their league is big but not it’s quality.”
He secured himself a deal to Belarusian side Slavia Mozyr after leaving Kaizer Chiefs.