Kenny Miller is a striker too good to be considered a journeyman, but one whose career CV reads a little like one.
At 33, the Scottish international is at his 10th professional club, the Vancouver Whitecaps in Major League Soccer, after signing from Turkish side Bursaspor.
Miller is a rare player who has played for both Old Firm clubs, while for Wolves he once hit a memorable winner over Manchester United.
At Vancouver he is off to a great start, and now has five goals in five games for the club this season.
He netted a brace in a 4-3 win over New England Revolution at the weekend, a match which featured a few of familar faces in British football.
Alongside Miller for the Whitecaps were former Tottenham full-back Lee Young Pyo, and former Bolton and Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker.
On the opposition bench, former Crystal Palace, St Mirren and Bristol Rovers defender Andrew Dorman watched on as Miller struck his game winning brace.
The first of Miller's goals showed alertness, skill, and pace, against some decidedly dodgy defending. Yet his second was a special half-volleyed strike. You can check them both out below...