For years, Major League Soccer has been looked down upon by many European football fans for its supposed lack of quality and inability to produce top-notch players.
That assumption has been almost wiped out by the amount of talent that MLS has sent overseas in recent years.
The latest quartet of players to move to England included Roger Espinoza (Wigan), Kei Kamara (Norwich), Geoff Cameron and Brek Shea, both whom moved to Stoke City.
With the talent level in MLS growing by the season, there is no doubt that some of its best current players could easily thrive in the world's most recognized league, the English Premier League.
Here is a list of six current MLS stars who would not have a problem adapting to the game in England and succeed in the process.