Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones is driven to produce his best performances by a fear of manager Roy Keane.
Black Cats boss Keane slapped a £40million price tag on the striker during the transfer window and and labelled him "the best striker in the Premier League".
And while Jones does not rate himself quite as highly as the Stadium of Light boss, he knows he has to produce the goods on the field or he will be in for a verbal battering.
Jones told the Daily Mirror: "Am I the best in the league? Well, I was glad to hear the boss has that much confidence in me. The way he expresses himself is up to him.
"It's a huge compliment but it will not go to my head.
"I've had a bit of stick for it. And if the manager says something like that about you, you have to put in the performances to escape any b******ings.
"The best in the league is (Arsenal striker Emmanuel) Adebayor right now. But every player has their attributes.
"The manager is not trying to put pressure on any of us. I put pressure on myself to get better - to learn something new in training every day. It's only going to get better. Who knows what I'll be in three years time?"