Chelsea defender Gary Cahill has revealed that he plays himself upfront on FIFA.
In an interview with ShortList.com the Blues ace, who has been a key member for Jose Mourinho's side this season, also revealed that he plays FIFA online against Premier League rivals Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge.
Cahill also admitted that Sturridge is better than him on the video game - so perhaps the England international should stop playing himself in an attacking role...
When discussing FIFA, Cahill said: We’re all into it. I play it online against Danny Sturridge. He’s better than me. Wayne Rooney, too.
"We go with all sorts of teams, although Chelsea are one of the top teams on there. And if I do play as Chelsea, I put myself upfront, so I can run around and pretend I’m bossing it."
Despite seeing himself as a striker on FIFA, Cahill has starred in the Blues' back-line alongside John Terry this season and he will be hoping for a good run over the festive period.
Chelsea have a crucial fixture with Premier League leaders Arsenal on Monday night and the Blues will be hoping to win at the Emirates for the second time this season.
Mourinho's side will be looking to bounce back after their recent disappointing Capital One Cup exit to the hands of Sunderland.