Since Paul Pogba has returned to Old Trafford, it seems that all he and old pal Jesse Lingard do is dance.
Thanks to the United pair, the dab has become a cultural icon of 2016 and they are always looking for new ways to get their groove on.
And their latest chance came during Thursday night's Europa League victory over Dutch side Feyenoord when Lingard bagged himself the final goal of the game.
United needed to win the game to stand a chance of qualifying for the knockout stage of the tournament and Jose Mourinho's men made sure they answered the call, stepping up with a big performance.
This now means United only need a point from their final group game in order to climb out of the group and progress to the knockout stage.
Wayne Rooney got on the scoresheet, while Juan Mata and a Brad Jones own goal ensured there was no shattered nerves towards the end.
But there will undoubtedly be more talk of Lingard's choice in celebration than the goal itself as the two pals came up with yet another dance.
The goal itself was an absolute peach. The winger ran on to a centred through ball from Antonio Valencia and Lingard opened his body up to curl the ball around the outstretched fingers of Brad Jones.
Then the celebrations began...
And while United are still yet to get out of second gear, it's good to see their players enjoying themselves and playing with confidence.
Long may the dancing continue!