The 30-year-old was snapped up by the Buccaneers during the 2013/14 season after putting in an impressive performance while in action for the Nedbank Cup ke Yona Team back.
Arrows assistant coach Mandla Ncikazi has since confirmed the player’s presence at the club while hinting that a potential deal is on the cards.
“Let’s wait for the management call, he [Davies] is training with us, he is a good player and hopefully everything goes well but we would love to have him if everything goes according to our plan,” confirmed Ncikazi.
Davies was previously on the books of second-tier league sides Univerisity of Pretoria and Royal Eagles.
The KwaZulu Natal-based outfit are looking to beef up their squad in this transfer window after releasing a handful of players including Sphelele Magubane, Richard Matloga and Bongani Kama.
Magubane has since joined AmaZulu.
Davies who plays as a left-back represented Real Kings in the GladAfrica Championship where he struggled for game time and he is looking to revive what once looked like a promising career should he land himself a contract at Arrows.
By Ntobeko Mbambo