South Africa international May Mahlangu has recovered from injury according to SoccerLaduma.
Mahlangu picked up an ankle injury last month but has since returned to training and is expected to feature in Konyaspor’s Süper Lig clash against Gaziantepspor on Friday.
The 25-year-old last played for Konyaspor in the goalless draw against Istanbul based Başakşehir.
Mahlangu was recalled to the South Africa national side after a series of impressive performances for the Anatolian Eagles.
Konyaspor are currently in ninth place on 34 points after 26 games and have won their last three consecutive games.
The Eagles are currently 10 points off a European spot and have eight games left in the 2014-15 season.
Konyaspor are manager by former Fenerbahçe manager Aykut Kocaman. The experienced coach previously won the league title with Fenerbahçe.
Mahlangu joined Konyaspor on a six-month deal in January after leaving IFK Goteborg last year.
The 25-year-old joined the ranks of John Moshoeu, Fani Madida, Steve Komphela and Pollen Ndlanya as the fifth South African to play in Turkey.
Mahlangu joined IFK Göteborg from Helsingborgs IF in March 2014. The South Africa international scored six goals in 25 Allsvenskan for IFK Göteborg last season.