The MLS season for 2014 has just kicked-off with 19 teams doing battle for the honours.
Year after year interest in the MLS grows in America and Canada, as well as the rest of the world.
The level of play and standard of players has increased greatly since the league was founded in 1993.
With the likes of Thierry Henry, Tim Cahill and Robbie Keane all plying their trade in the MLS, the league has shown the strength it holds.
It is no longer a place for a player who is past his best and moves to the sunshine to earn a pay-day.
England international Jermaine Defoe, who is still in contention for a place in the country's World Cup squad for this summer's finals in Brazil, has just completed a move from the Premier League to MLS outfit Toronto.
Take a look at five of the best players who could be set to join the MLS in 2014.