Ntuka has also been given a long break by his Belgium club, KVC Westerlo, to recover from a leg injury.
Speaking to Kick Off at the weekend from his home in Kroonstad, Ntuka said his injury is healing well, however, he will only be back to full training next month.
“I am recovering well and have already started jogging around. I am coping well with the tragedy of losing both my parents recently. They were supportive in my soccer career, so now I want to work harder to ensure that where ever they are, they will be happy with my success in football.”
Ntuka also disclosed that his is expecting his Belgium passport to be issued by December to allow him the opportunity to play for Chelsea next season.
“Because I have not played 75 percent of the games for Bafana Bafana that would allow me to play in the English Premier League, I decided to apply for a Belgian passport which would make it easier to play for Chelsea in England next season.”