NBA star Byron Mullens is available to represent Great Britain at London 2012 after receiving his British passport.
The seven-foot Charlotte Bobcats centre, 23, was born in Ohio but his mother is from Middlesex.
Mullens wrote on Twitter: "Yessir. I will be in London this summer! 2012 summer Olympics." He also posted a picture of his new passport.
He could now join the NBA's Luol Deng (Chicago Bulls) and Ben Gordon (Detroit Pistons) in Britain's 12-man squad.
Mullens is in his second season with the Bobcats after being traded from Oklahoma City Thunder.
Great Britain are strong in his position with players like Pops Mensah-Bonsu, Joel Freeland and Robert Archibald but Mullens' experience in the world's top basketball league gives him a strong chance of making coach Chris Finch's squad.
Forward Deng is an established GB player while Pistons' guard Gordon has confirmed his intention to play for the national team.