With Wolves reportedly interested in bringing Robbie Keane back to the club where he started his career, the Irishman has provided a timely reminder of his goal-scoring prowess.
Keane spent two years at Molineux in the late 90’s before earning a reputation as somewhat of a journeyman striker, having starred for Inter Milan, Liverpool, Celtic and MLS side LA Galaxy.
The 37-year-old is still going strong though, having netted for ATK in last night’s match against FC Goa in the Indian Super League.
Granted, it wasn’t his finest effort, in fact it’s probably one of the scrappiest goals the ex-Tottenham striker will have ever scored.
Still, the veteran frontman’s trademark celebration remains easily one of the most iconic in the world.
Keane signed for the two-time Indian champions in August, in a move which saw him reunited with former striker partner and the club’s manager, Teddy Sherringham.
However, a niggling knee injury has restricted Keane’s impact for his new club, with Championship leaders Wolves reportedly interested in bringing him back the England for a final swansong.