The Mozambican player has recently impressed a host of football clubs in Africa, thanks to his impressive dispalys for Simba SC in this season's Vodacom Premier League and CAF Champions League.
As Miquissone keeps on sparkling with the CAF Champions League's Group A leaders, he concedes his aspiration is to move to Europe.
He has, however, not shut the entryway for a possible re-visitation of South Africa presently and he confirmed he has not got any proper methodology.
He noted: "No clubs in South Africa have reached me since I began to progress admirably.''
Miquissone had been recruited by South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns before moving to Simba.
''I need to look further now, I would prefer not to say South African football is not acceptable however my aspiration is to move further to Europe,'' he disclosed.
"I had my time in South Africa and didn't do well for different reasons however I regard that, I can't say I will not return.''
"It's football, it's about existence and on the off chance that they give me what I need or give me a chance where my agreement states I'm coming there to play first-group then no difficult I can return."
Miquissone is accounted for to acquire around R150 000 every month with the 21-time Vodacom Premier League champions.
The 25-year-old winger has arisen as quite possibly the most energizing abilities on the pitch since joining the Mainland Tanzania Premier League's defending champions after a disastrous stretch with Mamelodi Sundowns.
The Mozambique winger has pulled in interest from CR Belouizdad of Algeria, DR Congo's TP Mazembe, Al Hilal of Sudan, Al Ahly of Egypt and his previous club Sundowns.
He netted the all-important goal for Simba against CAF Champions League defending champions in a 1-0 win for the former at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
Simba SC's information officer, Haji Manara, disclosed that Miquissone will not be valued away for next to nothing.