Usain Bolt has made it known that he one day hopes to play for Manchester United even if it is just in a match.
The fastest man on earth is known for his track and field exploits. He has eight gold medals to show for his achievement after recently retiring.
The 32-year-old retired track and field athlete was seen engaging in drills which involved some light stretching, jogging and ball work with the hope of securing a playing contract with Central Coast Mariners in the A-League in Australia.
Usain Bolt had already had similar trials in Germany, Norway and South Africa with little to no success but he has found the central coast Mariners in Australia more forthcoming to his ambitions.
The A-League team are open to him staying indefinitely to prove his credentials and hopefully feature for them if all goes well in the training and fitness front when the 2018-19 season gets underway in late October.
The Jamaican seems determine to make it work on the account of the countries he has contacted to help hone his footballing talents and he is ready to give it his all to prove to all that he is capable of becoming a football regardless of age.
Bolt who played football in different position when he was a lot younger hope to do enough with the Australian club side so that he can earn at least a game time for the Red Devils.
He is a staunch supporter of the Old Trafford club so being able to feature for them in the future will see a childhood dream come through.