Jorge Claros says he loves Hibernian life right now and wants to transfer his form in bottle green into the World Cup qualifiers with Honduras.
The 26-year-old midfielder has been in impressive form throughout this season - culminating in a man-of-the-match performance against Dundee in Saturday's 3-0 victory.
As a result, Claros has been called up for his country for the qualifying matches against Panama (Estadio Rommel Fernandez, Panama City, 12 October) and Canada (Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula,16 October) in a bid to help Honduras to reach the Finals in Brazil.
Claros said: "I'm enjoying my football my now and I'm pleased with how everything is going at Hibs - we are winning matches and progressing.
"I'm happy and I think that is showing with my football. My happiness is because my family - wife Elsa and son, Johann - are now with me in Edinburgh.
"My family is very important to me and it has helped me to focus on giving everything I can into making Hibs successful.
"I hope to be able to take my form back with me to Honduras and to help my country to win both matches. It will be very difficult, but we are confident that we can achieve something special.
"I'm looking forward to the challenge of playing international football again, but I'm not looking forward to the travel - I fly from Edinburgh to London then London to Miami before reaching Honduras."
Remember that you can still sponsor Jorge's away kit and boots - please email Mimi Cann (email@example.com) to secure sponsorship and show your support for 'El Pitbull'.