HONG KONG swimmer Michael Wright will head for South Africa next month with his future still in doubt. Wright, 28, is to continue swimming competitively for Hong Kong, but said that unless he can find a full-time job in the territory, he will base himself elsewhere. He travels to South Africa on December 7 to take part in a training camp and will also compete in the Transvaal State Championships from December 18-21. But he hopes to return to the territory before the end of the year to prepare for January's World Cup short-course event at Kowloon Park. 'I thought that by now I would have a clear idea of what I'll do. 'I'll continue swimming for Hong Kong, but at the moment, it looks like I may be living somewhere else.' Wright did not rule out the possibility of permanently basing himself in South Africa. At a recent competition in South Africa, Wright set an Asian-best time of 50.01 seconds for the 100 metres short-course event. It was less than a week after he set a long-course national record of 23.40 seconds for the 50 metres at the Hiroshima Asian Games.