Roberto Martinez.

Video: Roberto Martinez filmed dancing at Jason Derulo concert

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He's been under increasing pressure recently, so Roberto Martinez can be excused for letting his hair down away from football.

The Everton manager was probably hoping though that his obvious enjoyment whilst attending a Jason Derulo concert wouldn't be plastered all of the internet, however, such is the beauty of social media that here it is.

Scroll down to see the absolutely brilliant video.


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Having been knocked out of the Capital One Cup last week, Martinez has clearly needed a stress release and in his typically stylish manner, the Spaniard seems to have found it.

Can you imagine Sir Alex Ferguson or Arsene Wenger doing anything like this?

Everton travel to the Britannia Stadium this weekend and eager to be good hosts, Stoke City have extended a brilliant question Martinez's way to make him feel welcome.

Just in case you were questioning whether this is a scam, the Spanish manager has publicly confirmed that it was him at the concert, adding: "I'm a big fan. It is always good to get inspiration from creative people".

Maybe its Derulo who has been encouraging John Stones to perform Cruyff turns in Everton's six-yard box!

At least, Martinez's dancing has been warmly received. On Tuesday night, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlin was videoed bopping away to a bit of Justin Bieber, only to be met by a furious reaction from the Arsenal fans on social media.

Martinez's side host the Gunners next month and let's pray the two dancers join forces for all our entertainment.

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