Ask not what your country can do for you, but what Matt Healy can do for your country.
Despite a heartbreaking late defeat to Grenoble beneath the Alps this evening, Connacht's fullback tore the French outfit asunder.
The 27-year-old was instrumental in Connacht's stunning first half display, having more than a hand in three of the best tries you'll see all season. At the start of the second period, the Landsdowne man took one in himself with a moment of individual brilliance.
Healy ran a beautiful line, showing his pace as he cantered through the Grenoble rearguard and crossed for his seventh European try of the season. It portrayed the kind of gainline penetration from deep that many believe Rob Kearney now incapable of producing, with Simon Zebo also yet to truly endear himself at fullback.
Naturally, the magnitude of his performance got Irish rugby fans chattering on social media - indeed, he was trending on Twitter midway through the second half.
The message was simple: Get him in Joe Schmidt's squad for South Africa.
Matt Healy has to play for Ireland this summer.
— Murray Kinsella (@Murray_Kinsella) April 9, 2016
How on earth is Matt Healy not playing for Ireland? He has been magnificent for @connachtrugby this season and he's unstoppable tonight.
— Simon Thomas (@simonrug) April 9, 2016
Matt Healy. Matt f***ing Healy! #GetHealyCapped
— The Loose Head (@TheLooseH) April 9, 2016
Matt Healy's step pic.twitter.com/fLBiTD2ICV
— Ronan Murphy (@Ro_Murph) April 9, 2016
— Cathal Galvin (@c_galvin64) April 9, 2016
Matt Healy runs like Michael Johnson #speed
— Sinéad Kissane (@sineadkissane) April 9, 2016
Matt Healy must be at the forefront of Joe Schmidt's mind #SATour
— Gavin Spillane (@GavSpillane) April 9, 2016
Gutted for @connachtrugby but they're a credit to their province and everyone out west. Matt Healy needs to be in the Ireland team asap
— Kieran Mc Menamin (@KieranM8982) April 9, 2016
@ballsdotie I think the problem is that Joe Schmidt didn't pay his BT Sports bill
— Daniel J Brady (@danjbrady) April 9, 2016
Over to you, Joe. And, well, to a lesser extent, Enda and Micháel. The people have spoken.