The World Cup countdown is into double figures, and for most, the last friendlies have been played before coaches across the globe announce their squads to board the plane to Rio.
But for some of the biggest sides, there may be a packet of paracetamol next to the final squad list, as managers amongst the world's elite face some difficult selection headaches.
Over the years, the US Men's National Team (USMNT) has been fortunate to have several players choose to play for the red, white and blue. Players like Aron Johannsson, Jose Torres and Edgar Castillo had a choice to play for other national teams.
But there are plenty of other talented footballers out there that the United States could try to convince to play for Jurgen Klinsmann's side in the future, perhaps not in this World Cup cycle.