Veteran forward Marlon King is expected to make a return to the Reggae Boyz squad ahead of Jamaica's CONCACAF World Cup qualifier against Panama on September 6 in Panama City.
King is scheduled to fly into the island tomorrow along with other British-based Reggae Boyz.
With Jamaica sitting at the bottom of the CONCACAF qualifiers there have been many calls for King to return to boost the Boyz.
New coach Winfried Schafer, in a STAR Sports report on August 23, declined to confirm that King would be recalled but hinted that the 23-man squad for the Panama game would include some new players.
The 33-year-old King, who has scored 12 goals in 21 games for Jamaica, retired from international football late last year. He is currently without a club, after leaving championship club Birmingham City last month.