Wayne Rooney has been reunited with his family in the United States as he continues to star for DC United in Washington.
The former Manchester United captain moved to MLS earlier this year after a short spell with boyhood club Everton.
And the Liverpudlian has settled quickly, scoring four times and assisting six more in his 12 appearances to date.
Rooney could not hide his relief at his loved ones flying out to visit him, sharing a snap of himself with Coleen and their four sons.
He wrote: "Hard to get everyone looking but we’re back together. Worth the wait!"
Rooney gave his son Kai a treat with a picture alongside Brazil superstar Neymar and his former United colleague Andreas Pereira.
Life in MLS has been tough for Rooney, despite his personal form impressing many, as he bids to lift DC United up the conference standings – currently five points back in the race for the play-off spots in the Eastern Conference.
After a stunning 3-1 win over title contenders Atlanta United, Rooney was left disappointed with New York City FC pinching a point to deny them back-to-back wins.
“We wanted to win the game [vs New York City FC], but the way the game went we ended up defending a lot more than we wanted," Rooney said.
"But I thought the defense was brilliant tonight. Unfortunately we conceded the goal, but a point away overall from home against a good team is a good point.”
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