The Reggae Boyz appeared at the France 1998 tournament but have not qualified for the global showpiece since.
And according to the Sun, the Caribbean country want to boost their bid for the World Cup in the Americas with a host of English-based players.
Demarai Gray (above) is among ten players Jamaica are looking to recruit, according to reports
The Caribbean country are said to be targeting English-based stars like Norwich’s Max Aarons (above) to help with the Reggae Boyz’ push to qualify for the 2026 World Cup in the Americas
That World Cup is hosted by the USA, Canada, and Mexico, who all automatically qualify for the competition.
That leaves Jamaica in with a great shot of making it, with the CONCACAF qualifying region wide open, and the island nation reportedly investing in its facilities to give it the best shot of appearing at the 2026 edition.
Head coach Paul Hall is said to want Everton winger Gray, Brentford defender Henry, Norwich right back Max Aarons, Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White and Crystal Palace defender Nathan Ferguson – plus five others.
Also reportedly being targeted are Stoke midfielder Lewis Baker, Swansea defender Joel Latibeaudiere, Arsenal prospect Kido Taylor-Hart, Chelsea youth product Luke Badley-Morgan and Fulham starlet Xavier Benjamin.
West Ham star Michail Antonio, 32, had hoped to be called up by England but was persuaded to change his allegiances, making his debut last year and scoring three goals in six games since then.
Morgan Gibbs-White (left) and Rico Henry (right) are thought to be among the others targeted