Robbie Keane's stellar season at Major League Soccer club LA Galaxy has been further rewarded with a meeting with United States president Barack Obama.
The Republic of Ireland striker, 34, and his club were honoured for their 2014 achievements in a ceremony at The White House on Monday.
Keane was named MLS Most Valuable Player after captaining Galaxy to the Western Conference title.
He then scored the extra-time winner in the 2014 MLS Cup final.
Keane joined Galaxy from Tottenham in 2011, following a career that has seen him play at Wolves, Leeds United, Inter Milan and Liverpool.