The 37-year-old remains clubless since the end of June when his contract with SuperSport United ended, but has made it clear that he wants to continue playing at the top level.
Speaking in Durban recently, Yeye, as the ex-Kaizer Chiefs man is popularly known, says he will go where an offer comes from.
Letsholonyane has been playing professional football for nearly 20 years now and says his hunger to continue is as strong as ever.
With 50 caps for South Africa, he has enjoyed a decorated career also playing for the likes of Hellenic, Dangerous Darkies, PJ Stars and Jomo Cosmos.
His longest stint at a club was the eight years spent at Naturena. Letsholonyane believes his love for the game has continued to drive him throughout his life.
Letsholonyane also reacted to the recent announcement by the Premier Soccer League that the Absa Premiership money for 2019/20 will rise by 50 percent.
It is a massive hike considering the R10-million purse for the winners stood for more than a decade, with the champions now set to walk away with R15-million.
Letsholonyane, a former league winner himself, says he would rather see the quality of the league improve, adding that is the big challenge for teams in the forthcoming campaign. – Report by Thahir Asmal