Antonio Conte is pretty animated on the touchline - and that’s an understatement.
The Italian boss doesn’t stop screaming instructions to his Chelsea players throughout the 90 minutes and is hardly ever seen sitting down in the dugout.
His passionate style of management is infectious, with Chelsea players clearly sharing his desire to win on the pitch.
Conte’s side are currently top of the Premier League by one point, after winning their previous seven league matches since changing to a 3-4-3 formation.
Their latest victory was a narrow 2-1 triumph over London rivals Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening. In truth, it wasn’t the greatest performance from the Blues as they came from 1-0 down to earn all three points thanks to goals from Pedro and Victor Moses.
Convincing, it was not.
But it was certainly important and that much can be seen by Conte’s behaviour in injury-time.
A fan has filmed Conte throughout the entire three minutes at the end of the match and the results are pretty hilarious. The former Juventus manager simply didn’t stand still as his Chelsea side held on for three points.
Take a look at the video - brought to our attention by 101 Great Goals - below:
Following Chelsea’s latest win, Conte has urged everyone to stay “humble” as they sit atop of the Premier League.
"I think now we are not the same team, now we are another team. We have another type of confidence. It's important to stay humble," Conte said.
"When you win a special derby, you must be happy. We have to continue to work.”
Chelsea may have won their previous six league fixtures but they will face a tough task to make it a perfect seven. That’s because they face a trip to the Etihad Stadium to take on Manchester City at Saturday lunchtime as they try to extend their lead at the top.
It will certainly be a test of Conte’s new system and will show whether they really are genuine title contenders this season.
What we would love is for Sky Sports to bring back ‘Player/Manager Cam’ so we can watch Conte’s antics for the entire 90 minutes. If those three minutes are anything to go by, he must have the fitness levels of most of his Chelsea squad.