National senior football player Kemar “Taxi” Lawrence is on the move again.

The 28 year old is heading back to the Major League Soccer in the United States after just one season in Europe.

According to reports Toronto FC has acquired the services of the former New York Red Bulls left back from Anderlecht in Belgium.

Lawrence joined Anderlecht from the New York Red Bulls in January last year.

He’s made 17 appearances with the former Belgian Champions.

Lawrence had previously spent five seasons with the Red Bulls and was regarded among the league’s best left backs.

Lawrence made 118 total MLS appearances, scoring five goals and 10 assists.

Known for his explosive pace up and down the left flank, Lawrence picked up the nickname “taxi” and won two Supporters’ Shields during his time with RBNY.

The defender also has 60 appearances with the Jamaican national team.

Toronto advanced to the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions League, eliminating Club Leon in the Round of 16 and are currently trailing Cruz Azul 3-1 in the quarterfinals heading into leg two today.