Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has been "out of favour" for club and country at times this season, but the forward seems to have won back his place for both sides after he was named in Spain's provisional squad for the forthcoming Confederations Cup.
His last appearance for his nation came back in October of 2012, but his latest recall is both well-timed and "merited," according to the BBC.
Torres has so far plundered 31 goals in 101 international caps for Spain and took part in the 2009 when he scored a hat-trick against New Zealand in Spain's opening group match.
The No. 9 deserves his recall to the squad after missing out of late. Here's exactly why.