Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong has tweeted Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, insisting he can be the man to help the club get back to form.
Following Liverpool's 3-0 defeat to Manchester United on Sunday, the 22-year-old took to Twitter, offering his services.
"I honestly think Liverpool Need me ... Hit me up on my email Brendan (Frimpongforballondor@gmail.com)," he tweeted.
It seems the Liverpool faithful were not amused by the Ghanaian's tweets about joining the club, as some of them angrily tweeted back at the player who never quite cut it in English football.
"Were not that desperate, you wouldn't get in my local team pal," one supporter said.
Many were fast to remind the midfielder of his torrid spell at Barnsley, which saw him get sent off on his debut, before being released just four months later.
Liverpool run continues
The tweet came after Liverpool slumped to yet another defeat at the hands of Manchester United, leaving them 10th in the Premier League.
Odds were slashed on Rodgers being the next manager axed, with some betting firms as short as 2/1 for the 41-year-old to be the next gaffer to go.
And whilst Emmanuel Frimpong may not be an adequate signing, it is clear to see that Liverpool are in need of strengthening in a number of areas if their season is to improve.
The former Gunner signed for small Russian side FC Ufa in a shock deadline day move in September and has played nine times for the outfit this season.
He spent time on loan at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Charlton Athletic and Fulham whilst playing for Arsenal, but failed to make a real impact at any of those clubs.
After failing to settle at Arsenal, the youngster moved to Barnsley on a free transfer, where he only played nine games in total.
Frimpong did show sparks of quality at different stages during his early career and was thought highly of at Arsenal, however he is still in search of a first senior goal which he will hopefully find in Russia.