The hard tackling back-liner, who was signed by Chippa United under the mentorship of Lehlohonolo Seema in October 2020, came to play his football in the Mountain Kingdom 2016 for Bantu FC and enjoyed a lot of success with A-Matšo-Matebele including playing in the CAF Champions League.
Khooa was among a number of South African players that were playing for the Bloemfontein Celtic development teams and were brought to Lesotho by James Madidilaneduring his time in charge of Bantu.
The 29-year-old just like his former Bantu teammate Maloisane "Chukwu" Ramasimong managed to use the Lesotho Premier League as a stepping stone to greener pastures and returned to his home country to play in the DSTV premiership, where he is also in the books of the Chilli Boys.
Ramasimong was the first to reveal his admiration for the Lesotho earlier this year declaring that he is prepared to switch his allegiance and play his international football with Likuena.
Khooa has since followed suit and announced that he is also tempted to play for Likuena as long as it will not take away the benefits he has as a South Africa like not requiring a work
permit which has over the years worked against a lot of foreign players securing a move to the DSTV premiership.
"I would love to play for the Lesotho national team. The only problem is that I did not have a problem registering with Chippa because there was no need for me to get a work permit as a South African and I am worried it could be an issue once I switch to play for Lesotho," the defender said.