Armagh exile Jamie Clarke looks set for a return to Kieran McGeeney's inter-county set-up in 2017.
The talented 27-year-old forward emigrated to New York in June to pursue a career in marketing, explaining on a BBC documentary Cross Rangers - Field of Dreams that the move was simply down to his ambition to travel, rather than any behind-the-scenes gripes with his inter-county manager or board.
In New York he signed for Cosmopolitan Soccer League Division 1 outfit Shamrocks, with his goals helping guide the Big Apple side to top of the league table.
28' GOAL! @NYShamrockSC make it 2 in quick succession... Jamie Clarke w his 2nd after heading on from a wonderful Alejandro Fritz cross 2-1
— IrishVoiceGaelicPark (@IrishVoiceGP) October 30, 2016
Clarke has also played Gaelic football for Longford GAA club while living in NYC.
However, last night he took to Instagram and suggested he's prepared to line out for the Orchard once more, just two weeks after reconvening with Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney in Manhattan.
This should get GAA fans in Armagh plenty excited:
Clarke released a statement back in June explaining his decision to depart Ireland for pastures anew, explaining that 'it had nothing to do with Kieran McGeeney', and that he 'fully supported' McGeeney's efforts at the helm.
Statement from Jamie Clarke pic.twitter.com/ojG3ZqxglT
— Armagh_GAA (@Armagh_GAA) June 3, 2016
It now seems he's ready to leave the Big Apple for the Orchard once more.