The former Nigeria internal will make his bow for the Potters in their opening game of the season at the Den
The 33-year-old returned to England, signing for the Bet365 Stadium outfit in August as a free agent after mutually parting ways with Turkish Super Lig club Trabzonspor.
The versatile midfielder has subsequently been handed a starting role against Gary Rowett’s men at The Den.
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Besides playing for Chelsea, Mikel has also featured for Lyn Oslo, Tianjin TEDA and Championship club Middlesbrough.
The former Plateau United made 19 Super Lig appearances for Trabzonspor before his departure from Turkey.
The midfielder also featured prominently as the Super Eagles won their third continental title in 2013 in South Africa and captained the Nigeria side that won the 2016 Olympic bronze medal.