South Africa based Zambia winger Clifford Mulenga is set to start playing for SuperSport United after being granted his South African residence.
Mulenga is yet to play for SuperSport this season due to his wait for permanent residence card to come through in South Africa.
According to Soccer Laduma, the club wants to register him as a non-foreigner rather than use up a spot in their foreign quota.
A foreign player is eligible to be registered as a non-foreigner after playing for more than five years in South Africa.
Mulenga, 26, joined SuperSport in 2012 from Bloemfontein Celtic last year.
Meanwhile, Mulenga has not played for Chipolopolo since January 2012 when coach Herve Renard hounded him out of the squad during last year’s Africa Cup in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.