Watford's Marlon King could line up against England after being included in Jamaica's friendly squad.
The Reggae Boyz tackle The Three Lions on June 3 and King's reward for a successful campaign with The Hornets is an international recall.
King struggled at the end of last season on loan with Leeds, but following a switch to Watford he bagged an impressive 22 Championship goals.
The former Nottingham Forest hit-man could even be in The Premiership next season should The Hornets overcome Leeds in Sunday's play-off final at Cardiff, live on Sky Sports 1.
Should King play against England it would be his 11th cap for his country, who failed to qualify for this summer's World Cup in Germany.