Former Manchester United midfielder Ravel Morrison has revealed that he is in talks with Jamaica chiefs to change international allegiance.
The 25-year-old has previously represented England at Under-16s level through to the Under-21s between 2008 and 2014.
Morrison, who is now playing for Atlas in Mexico following failed stints at West Ham United, Cardiff City and Lazio, could be in line to make his debut for Jamaica during the next international break.
"Making my way to Jamaica," he posted on his Twitter account. "Sorting my documents & papers this week so can be ready for the next games. Looking forward to watch the game on Sunday 25th [against Antigua and Barbuda]."
Morrison made his first-team debut for Man United as an 18-year-old in 2011, but failed to hold down a spot in the side amid a number of off-the-field issues.