Wayne Rooney is preparing for the "huge honour" of representing England once again after joining up with the England squad for the last time.
The 33-year-old will make a surprise return to international football almost two years on from his 119th cap as the Football Association honour the Three Lions' leading all-time goalscorer.
Rooney will play some part of Thursday's friendly against the United States - a match officially known as the Wayne Rooney Foundation International - with manager Gareth Southgate revealing last week the DC United forward would come off the bench at Wembley.
Rooney tweeted: "Looking forward to meeting up with the @England squad later today, always a huge honour. An exciting week for @FoundationWR!"
His return has split opinion but Southgate insists he was always behind the idea of respecting Rooney's England career - with the former captain then dropping out of the squad ahead of Sunday's Nations League meeting with Croatia.