An American "soccer fan" has returned - with a hilarious song tribute to Doncaster Rovers' in-form striker John Marquis.
The viral video, which has already been viewed thousands of times on social media, shows self-styled American Soccer Fan Mackie Jackson singing the praises of Keepmoat star Marquis - who he calls "marquee" - to the tune of the Pussycat Dolls' Dontcha - while dubbing Darren Ferguson's side "Donatello Rovers."
Listen to the American Soccer Fan's tribute to John Marquis HERE
Before launching into the chant, he announces: "Here's a chant for Donatello Rovers super soccer striker John "Marquee". It goes like this."
He then throws himself into the chant which has the lyrics: "Don't you wish your striker was John Marquis, dontcha?"
Mackie then looks into the camera and announces: "Hope you guys get promoted."
Marquis has been on fire for Rovers this season, grabbing 17 goals and becoming a huge fan favourite.
His self-made football chant videos have become a viral hit with fans of English clubs.
Earlier this year he filmed himself singing the praises of Rovers to the tune of the classic Jungle Book song The Bear Necessities.
Before launching into the tongue in cheek chant, he announces: "Word up British soccer fans. Now I've been asked for days, can I do a chant for Doncaster Rovers.
"I don't know much about Doncaster other than they are called Donny and play at the Keepmoat, but Donny fans, this is for you."
He then launches into the chant which has the lyrics: "I love the Doncaster Rovers, the super Doncaster Rovers who play at the Keepmoat in the Lakeside.
"I love the Doncaster Rovers, the super Doncaster Rovers that give the South Yorkshire that Donny pride!"
He has also created videos for other local teams including Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United, where he sings about former Keepmoat star Billy Sharp and again calls the club "Donatello Rovers."
He then launches into the chant, to the tune of the Spice Girls Who Do You Think You Are which has the lyrics: "Touch it, take it, score it, make it, we've got Billy Sharp. Touch it, take it, make it, score it, we've got Billy Sharp!"