The Albanian talent is staying in Norway on loaned time:
"Hyka is granted a tourist visum lasting 12 months, expiring around April 1st 2007. Additionally he has been given a temporary permit to stay and work in Norway. This has limits connected to wether he will be used in our first team squad, or in other words, wether he is a "crucial player for the team", Rosenborg Youth Squad leader Per Winsnes tells rosenborg.info.
The 18-year old was added to the first team squad when the transfer from Dinamo Tirana was finally settled 1 June, and has been on the bench for many of this autumn's games. But still, he has a way to go before entering the field. One of the causes is that the coaches aren't sure about what position he would fit in.
"He has played both a running midfielder and a winger for RBK2. At the moment Per Ciljan Skjelbred is ahead of him on the middle, and we have several good wingers here in Rosenborg," Knut Tørum says.
Hyka is still not used to the speed that marks Norwegian football.
"Jahmir is a footballer with good and special skills, and is very easily noticed. He's best when he has the ball, and personally I feel that he must improve the tempo of his gameplay. How he acts when it comes to keep the tempo up during a match. Some times he does a good job in this aspect, but other times, he struggles," Tørum thinks.
Coming Christmas, Rosenborg and the NFF will consider his future.
"We take it that Jahmir stays in RBK for the remains of the season. After that there will be a process evaluating and considering a prolonging of the permit to stay and work," Per Winsnes ends.