Wigan loanee Stojkovic is set to be Serbia's No 1 keeper in South Africa.
Stojkovic was first choice for the majority of Serbia's World Cup qualifiers and he is likely to start in goal despite a lack of first-team action for Wigan.
Stojkovic follows in the footsteps of his father, who was also a professional goalkeeper.
The 26-year-old began his career at Red Star Belgrade and spent seasons out on loan at FK Leotar and FK Zemun before making his first-team debut for Red Star.
After a successful season he made the move to France with Nantes, but he was again farmed out on loan - to Vitesse Arnhem - after just six months.
Sporting Lisbon snapped up Stojkovic in the summer of 2007, but after picking up an injury he dropped down the pecking order at the club.
Stojkovic was invited for a trial at Everton in 2008, but he sensationally walked out on the club after just one hour of his first training session.
He ended up joining Getafe on loan in January 2009 - his fifth club in less than three seasons - but after returning to Sporting in the summer he ended up out on loan again at Wigan in the winter transfer window.
Stojkovic has made six appearances for Wigan, but it remains to be seen if he will be offered a permanent deal by the Premier League outfit.
The custodian was a member of the squad for the 2006 World Cup, but he did not feature in the finals.
He finally made his senior debut against Czech Republic in the summer of 2006 and he has gone on to win over 30 caps for his country, including playing at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.