It's official - Wayne Rooney really has got the most miles on his clock.
The former Everton star - linked heavily with a Goodison return this summer - is England's most travelled player.
Rooney, 31, has journeyed 243,959 miles during his playing career ?over 16,000 per year.
Online travel agency Kiwi.com has produced a study comparing the distances superstar footballers travel during their playing careers, highlighting which players are most clinical (goals), which get in the most trouble (bookings) and which get paid the most for the miles they travel.
The study looks at active superstars and retired superstars.
Rooney has scored an impressive 13.12 goals per 10,000 miles travelled ?that's more than the two best players in the world Ronaldo (10.64) and Messi (10.58)
Robert Lewandowski is the most lethal traveller, scoring an incredible 21.13 goals per 10,000 miles travelled.
Carlos Tevez, currently plying his trade in China, is the most expensive traveller, paid £1,339 per mile travelled based on current salary.