Bayern Munich have produced another brilliant training ground video highlighting just how good Pep Guardiola's players are at keeping hold of the ball.
The German giants are renowned for their free-flowing style of possession based football, fine-tuned by regular games of 'round the rondo' which involves a small-sided game of six versus two, with the sole aim of preventing the defending duo from making an interception.
After a couple of failed attempts the fleet-footed first-team stars put together an unbelievable run of 46 consecutive passes without interruption, a feat that is even more impressive when you consider the close parameters they are playing within.
But, rather than run around celebrating the achievement wildly, there is no kind of reaction from any of the senior pros, who treat it like 'business as usual' such is the consistent quality of their play in matches and on the training field.
After watching the amazing skills in close quarters it's no surprise to learn that Bayern are sitting pretty 11 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table having won 14 and drawn three of their 17 league games so far this campaign, without a single defeat.
The Bavarian club's frequent dominance against their opposition has meant they've conceded just four goals in 2014/15 to date, as Guardiola's men continue to try and keep their time without possession of the football to an absolute minimum.
Based on results this term that approach is certainly working, and long may it continue if we're going to continue to be blessed with quality clips of the Bayern Munich players honing their skills on the training ground.
You can watch footage of the latest 'round the ronda' challenge in the video below - uploaded by the club's official youtube channel from their Qatari training camp in Doha.