Cillian Sheridan has been on a bit of an adventure since moving to Cyprus from Scotland in 2013.
According to the Irish Sun however, that adventure could be coming to an end. The 27-year-old is being linked with a move to Jagiellonia Bialystok, the leaders of the Polish league. His contract at Omonia won't run out until the end of the Cypriot season in May. It's understood he'll sign a pre-contract this week with the Polish club.
He's got seven goals from his 11 starts already this season for Omonia having grabbed 18in 22 appearances last season. It was his most prolific season so far and his exploits this year clearly caught the eyes of Jagiellonia.
As it stands, Omonia qualify for the Championship round when the league splits in seven games. They're sitting in fifth place of the Cypriot league with 19 games gone.
Jagiellonia have been the surprise package of the Ekstrakala this season. Their previous best finish has been third but they're joint top with 10 games to go until that league splits in two.
According to the report, the Cavan man turned down an offer from the SUPER RICH Chinese league and one from South Korea.
Sheridan was capped three times for the Republic of Ireland in 2010 and some people have called for Martin O'Neill to include him in an Irish squad for a friendly or maybe even a World Cup qualifier.
If it happens, Cillian Sheridan's Omonia will now be known as John Carver's Omonia.