Ajax Cape Town chief executive officer Ari Efstathiou says he would welcome the expansion of the Absa Premiership from 16 to 18 teams.
The Urban Warriors are on course for a return to the South Africa top-flight following their relegation during the 2017/18 season after topping the GladAfrica Championship log standings before action was suspended.
The PSL featured 18 team from its inception but was reduced to 16 teams in 2002 as a result of overly congested seasons and Efstathiou has called for the return of 2 additional clubs.
"It's an option that needs to be considered, there are obviously cost implications to that." The Ajax CEO told SAFM.
"But I also believe that a country like ours should have always had an 18-team League, not a 16-team League.
"So, maybe this is the right opportunity to go back to an 18-team league, so I think that's a strong option that must be considered by the Board of Governors."
The PSL Board of Governors are expected to hold a meeting on Friday to discuss the way forward regarding the resumption of football while the possibility of the league being null and voided remains.