Antonio Trigo has been cleared to play for Mamelodi Sundowns after receiving his South African citizenship documents while the club has also signed a new midfielder.
Trigo, the former Manning Rangers star spent the latter half of last season on the bench after Sundowns had exhausted their quota of foreign players.
The midfielder revealed his delight at training this week, declaring: "I think there has been a misunderstanding that has fortunately been sorted out amicably.
"I am just happy that finally the paper work had been solved and now I can look forward to playing for Sundowns."
Meanwhile, coach Paul Dolezar has conceded his delight at the talents of Zimbabwean midfielder Esrom Nyandoro, who has been on trial at Chloorkop since Tuesday.
"He has got the right attitude," said Dolezar on the Downs website. "He is a true professional, hard working and very skilful," said Dolezar. "I want to have one final look at him but so far, he has looked the part.
"It takes only a few minutes to make up your mind about a player, whether he has what it takes or not. It took me less than five minutes to conclude that Nyandoro is a class player, but the other players does not really measure up."
Although the Romanian admitted his satisfaction with the new signings, he also feels that the Chloorkop side still needs two 'animal' strikers before they can be considered serious title contenders.
"I am satisfied about what we have so far," said Dolezar.
"I am looking for two 'animals' upfront. I need two natural goalscorers to complement what I have and believe me; we are doing everything to get two natural goalscorers.
Dolezar is now looking to Africa to find the players with these characteristics.
"We have informed our scouts across the continent and I have been sent a Cameroonian and Nigerian strikers but frankly, it is still early days but they do not measure up to what I need."