Every football fan dreams of being a professional footballer, not just for the glory of scoring in front of thousands of fans and being idolised by the masses, but mainly for the fact that your job is play football almost every day.
How much easier would it be to get out of bed in the morning if you knew you were meeting up with your friends and playing football, doing gym work, having a swim, and then doing it all again?
Even better if the place that you train is a luxurious palace, and in the Premier League, the players are treated very well.
After having a snoop at all 20 current Premier League clubs' training grounds thanks to FootballTrainingGrounds.com, we've picked our top 5 most impressive in the league.
#5 - Southampton - Staplewood
An incredible looking building greets you on your arrival, the layout of the grounds is incredibly satisfying with multiple pitches surrounded by trees, there's a gym with astro-turf flooring, and a pool with a view of the action.
#4 - Liverpool - Melwood
You've seen countless new signings lean awkwardly all over the complex, but now take a look inside. The building looks slick, the gym is incredible, the layout of the pitches looks excellent, but just take in that view from the manager's office (even though Brendan is long gone).
#3 - Manchester United - AON Training Complex
It's probably too harsh to point to the beauty of United's injury treatment room as a reason for the build up of injury problems, but... Anyway, the building is the best looking in all the league, there's a top quality gym, and the layout is top notch.
#2 - Sunderland - Academy Of Light
It would be a great shame if a Premier League club wasn't utilising this stunning training ground. Close to the beach, a lovely building, a great gym, and probably the nicest swimming pool you will see.
#1 - Manchester City - City Football Academy
The best of the best. City had all the money in the world to blow on their training ground, and they did a good job. A break-taking layout, a full office for the club staff, stunning design, and even a sky-blue pitch.