The roving midfielder, though, hinted his move will depend on an agreement between his current outfit and the club that is seeking his services.
Kaseke conceded he is happy at Yanga but he will not be prevented from heading elsewhere, if another squad from either in or outside Tanzania will show interest in roping him in.
"I'm looking forward to plying my trade outside the country, as it is the case for other players, should there be good offer,'' he noted.
''I will be ready to head outside the country should my club too approve the exit.''
''I will as well settle for playing for a club which is within the country, if we will reach an agreement.''
Kaseke, who had as well turned out for Mbeya City FC and Singida United, pointed out a player should showcase resilience if he is to turn into his outfit's first choice squad member.
"There is no player who wants to sit on the bench. Every player wants to showcase his potential but the club's coach has a final say on players he needs for a match,'' he added.
He disclosed a player sometimes experiences challenges in his career but he must display tenacity to stay in good form.
Kaseke insisted he will keep on working hard to maintain his place in his club's line up.
Kaseke had turned out for Morogoro's Police in the First Division League and he later on moved to Mbeya City FC in 2010/11 season.
He conceded he has no qualms about being relegated to the bench but he always presents his coach with a chance to re-asses his decision by giving his all in training sessions.