Jorge Claros is preparing for Honduras' make-or-break World Cup qualifier against Canada at the Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano, San Pedro Sula tomorrow (16 October).
The midfielder featured for the full 90 minutes against Panama in Panama City on Friday evening, but Honduras were held to a 0-0 draw.
As a result, Honduras - on eight points - are now situated in third place in Group C behind joint leaders Panama and Canada, who are both on 10 points.
If Honduras, who also are expected to field Celtic's Emilio Izaguirre, defeat Canada then they will advance through to the next round and move one step closer towards reaching the 2014 World Cup Finals in Brazil.
Everybody connected with Hibernian would like to wish Jorge the very best of luck for the match and look forward to welcoming him back to Scotland for club duties later on in the week.
Meanwhile, Ryan McGivern could be line for a fairly straightforward task tomorrow night - marking Cristiano Ronaldo when the Portugal winger wins his 100th international cap.
Newry-born left-back McGivern, on loan from English champions Manchester City, has already won 18 caps for Northern Ireland.
Everyone at Hibernian wishes Ryan and Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill all the best for the World Cup qualifier in Porto on Tuesday evening (full match coverage on Sky Sports).
East Fife's Hibee contingent will be aiming to bounce back to winning ways on Saturday when the Methil-based club face Forfar at Bayview.
Goalkeeper Calum Antell became the latest member of the Hibernian squad to move north on loan to East Fife - joining young defenders Jordon Forster and Scott Smith.
Former Hibernian centre-half Darren McCormack is also currently at the club, who are managed by our ex-striker Gordon Durie.
Let's hope the Hibee three can help East Fife to achieve a victory at the weekend and we would also like to wish 'Jukebox' a full recovery from his recent health set-back.