The 18-year old from Albania still only has a temporarily permit and the Norwegian Football Assosciation (NFF) are currently reluctant to make it permanent. The FA is not at all convinced the midfield prodigy can be deemed "essential to the club".
"As long as he hasn't figured in the first team in a match context, you could say his days here are numbered," head of the youth department," Per Winsnes admits to Rosenborg Web.
Hyka was promoted to the first team squad when the transfer from Dinamo Tirana went through 1 June, but because of a training camp with the Albanian U-21 national team, holiday and the JET tournament with the Rosenborg U-19s he hasn't had much time to train with the first team.
"We had a meeting on Monday with the coaching staff about having to come off credible towards the NFF. So as of Tuesday he will be a regular feature in the first team's practices," Winsnes says.
Now it's up to Hyka himself to convince the coaches he should play.