It turns out that even the pros can't resist a bit of fantasy football.
We have spent far too much time over the last week or so assembling our Fantasy Premier League squads, with a number of you likely already hovering over the wildcard button despite the fact that only a handful of games have been played.
It's not easy to build a winning team, but would real life footballers have an edge?
Twitter account @_CarltonCole9 has gone down a bit of a rabbit hole, stumbling across a number of fantasy squads belonging to actual Premier League players.
The biggest names included here are Liverpool fullback duo Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson, while Ireland international Josh Cullen also makes an appearance.
Unsurprisingly, Alexander-Arnold has gone in heavy on the Liverpool defence, while the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Kevin de Bruyne are also included.
Andy Carroll had the faith select himself up front, something we have huge respect for despite the fact it probably won't win him many points.
It will be interesting to see how they get on over the course of the season.