Paris St Germain's squad are eagerly anticipating the possible arrival of David Beckham to the French capital.
Reports from France claim that Beckham is poised to sign for the Parisian giants when his contract with Los Angeles Galaxy ends in November.
Beckham has been strongly linked with a return to the Premier League, with Tottenham and QPR both keen.
But now big-spending PSG - who are bank-rolled by the Qatarian investment authority - are keen on sealing a deal for the 36-year-old.
Now a host of PSG's players are getting excited by Beckham's possible arrival at the Parc des Princes.
Kevin Gameiro said: "I admired him when I was kid. So playing with him would be really strange to me!"
Sylvain Armand, who has been with PSG since 2004, stated in L'Equipe: "When I joined Paris, you could not tell me: 'Here, you will play with Beckham one day.' It is a new sign the club has changed its era.
"Considering his experience, he could only bring a lot of things to the group."
Christophe Jallet added: "We all know hiring very famous players is part of the new politics at the club.
"Between us we don't really talk about Beckham. We just have some jokes sometimes. His interest in PSG? It is an honour. Personally, I have never played beside a world star like him."