ONE wonders what is left to be said of Jermaine 'Tuffy' Anderson, the colourful Jamaican striker, that has not already been spoken?
So much has been said about the charismatic Waterhouse striker.
Anderson, will no doubt inspire more debate long after the embers of Jamaica's Brazil 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign have died.
But that's 'Tuffy', the crowd favourite and the darling of Jamaica's football. With him, there's never a dull moment.
No doubt, Anderson will want to end the World Cup campaign on a high by adding perhaps a couple more goals to the one he has when the Reggae Boyz face Honduras in the final performance of the campaign tonight at the National Stadium.
It would be wise if coach Winfried Schafer gave 'Tuffy' a starting role -- that's what his growing fan base would want.
And he is ready to go if that offer comes.
"Once I get my chance, I am just going to go there and run at them... we haffi just figet the past and just come again... I always look forward to playing and fighting for my country," he told the Jamaica Observer.
Anderson, 34, scored an equalising goal as a second-half sub against Costa Rica inside the National Stadium for a 1-1 tie in September, which justified his recall to the national set-up.
He now has two goals in seven appearances for Jamaica since his first game dating back to 2002, but his club record with Waterhouse is an impressive 52 goals in 98 matches.
He is currently the top scorer for the Jamaican national Premier League with 21 goals in one season.
And, if given more playing time tonight, the marksman could possibly be the lynch-pin in a Jamaica victory.