He had a 15-year career playing in the NSL, Europe, Asia and the A-League - now Daniel McBreen has set his sights on a coaching career.
The young Jets finished third in Group B in the Y-League this season, with three wins, two draws and three loss from their eight games.
Guam are battling in Group A in Asian qualifying for the 2022 World Cup, but have yet to win one of their five qualifiers/
McBreen is enjoying the ride and knows he has plenty to learn.
"I'd like to be a head coach [one day]," he said.
"I'm not one of those people who says I want to do it now. I'm under no illusions. I want to take my time.
"I want to do it right, learn from as many different people as I can and from different experiences along the way so when I get there I'm actually ready.
"I don't want to jump in too soon and not be ready for the role. It's a long process. It it is what it is, if you want to do it right you've got to learn from it."