A shirtless Dimitar Berbatov swung forlornly on a punch bag in a gymnasium in lamentation of the current absence of Premier League fixtures.
The Bulgarian forward played for Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Fulham during his spell in England, making himself a terrace hero at all three clubs.
He is also his country’s all-time leading scorer, with 48 goals in 78 appearances, and he was the national team’s captain between 2006 and 2010.
Clearly he still feels strongly about the division where he enjoyed so much success, if this clip of him in his boxing shorts is anything to go by.
As he swings with a glum expression etched on his face, a caption appears above him reading “when there is no Premier League games”.