Aron Johannsson certainly didn't have the World Cup many were expecting after only appearing for the U.S. one time as a first-half substitute for an injured Jozy Altidore against Ghana.
Klinsmann opted to use Clint Dempsey as the team's lone striker after that game, and when he went to the bench, the coach twice chose Chris Wondolowski over Johannsson.
It was revealed after the tournament that Johannsson had suffered an ankle injury, which may have contributed to his lack of minutes.
After his 26-goal season for AZ Alkmaar last season, many had projected a bigger tournament for Johannsson.
However, even in his brief appearances for the U.S. to date, he has shown a technical level most other U.S. players cannot match. He will likely be a big part of the team moving forward.