Jay Jay Okocha. He made 136 appearances for Bolton, scoring 14 goals. He captained the Whites to the 2004 League Cup final. He was on the FIFA 100 list. He is widely regarded as the best Nigerian player of his generation. He is also known for his stepovers, skill, technique, and being 'so good that they named him twice'.
And he could also make a sensational return to English football.
Okocha could be on the verge of a shock move to amateur side Wolverton Town after playing for their reserve side last week, the club has confirmed.
Okocha, 41, played 45 minutes for Wolverton’s reserves against Arlesey Town reserves last week, but has not yet decided on whether to make a permanent move to the Milton Keynes club.
Wolverton, who currently ply their trade in the Spartan South Midlands League, were tight-lipped about Okocha's long-term future.
Amanda Keech, chairperson of Wolverton Town, said: "He did play 45 minutes last week for us but we can’t say either way whether he will sign yet.
"He is friends with somebody who coaches at the club and could be helping out with pre-season training with the players. We will be able to say more once he has decided."
Doesn't matter what division it is, it would be brilliant to see Okocha play in England again.