The Albanian supertalent signed a three year contract in March, but was not declared ready for use until June, after a long debate with the Norwegian Football Assosciation (NFF) - who are sceptical of giving licenses to non-EEA-players.
For the past weeks, Hyka has impressed with many fine games for the reserves in the 2nd division; latest, on Monday against Korsvoll. The 18-year old was a giant at the midfield, and had a spectacular raid where he feinted off 6-7 players before shooting just wide.
"He is exceptionally good with the ball. Possibly he needs to learn more in the tactical part of the game, but technically, he is incredible. An exiting lad, who we got here because of his extreme skills," Per-Mathias Høgmo praises to rosenborg.info.
Still, Jahmir Hyka's future is uncertain. As with Molde's Pape Paté Diouf, he only gained a temporary license to play. While the Senegal forward today received a permanent license, after having impressed in the Tippeliga, the situation is harder for the Rosenborg player. He still hasn't made his debut on the first team, and then he doesn't fullfill the demands set by the Assosciation.
"Now, RBK have to convince us that he is definitialy crucial for the team. That means he must be able to join the starting 11 and strengthen it," NFF Head of Information Roger Solheim states.
No date is still set for the final considerations of the case.