Netan Sansara should receive his international clearance in time to play in Boston United’s Skrill North opener at Stockport County.
The left back sat out of Saturday’s Lincs Senior Cup defeat to Gainsborough Trinity because he has not yet been given the all clear to play competitively in this country.
The former Walsall player may be based in Birmingham, but his registration is currently held in Denmark, where he played last season for FC Vestsjælland.
However, boss Dennis Greene is confident Sansara will be available for selection on Saturday.
He said: “It’s in Denmark apparently at the moment, and it’s being FIFA’d across somewhere or other.
“It should be here in time for him to play.”
Former Hull City defender Joe Lamplough signed forms with the Pilgrims to make him eligible to deputise for Sansara, and Greene says he’ll keep tabs on the player.
Meanwhile, midfielder Indy Aujla remains on the club’s radar.
However, he has not linked up with United during the past fortnight as he’s nursing an injury.