Neil Warnock is doing a great job at Cardiff City.
At the start of the season, Cardiff were perhaps the favourites in many people's eyes to finish last in the Premier League.
However, they have held their own in their first season back in the Premier League.
Their chances of staying up were boosted on Saturday evening as they defeated Bournemouth 2-0 at the Cardiff City stadium.
Bobby Reid scored a brace - one in each half - to give Cardiff a much-needed three points.
The Welsh club stayed in 18th place in the league, but they are now just two points away from escaping the relegation zone.
Warnock has built a reputation for saying exactly what he thinks and not caring at all about other people's opinions.
And he displayed some vintage Warnock after the win.
In the aftermath, Warnock was approached by the BBC to do an interview.
When he heard it was for Match of the Day, Warnock then had a few choice words for the programme's presenter, Gary Lineker.
"Match of the Day? Tell Gary Lineker to f*** off," he said.
"Oh, have you caught that on camera? He called me Colin. Can I say 'I'm Colin here'. You don't know why I'm Colin do you? Right."
Unfortunately for Warnock, he had absolutely no idea the cameras were rolling.
And the best bit was that it was caught live by Canadian TV, as per Twitter user @benjohnson_2010.
Sensational stuff from Warnock.
If you are wondering why Lineker called him 'Colin', it comes from Neil Warnock being an anagram of 'Colin W***er'.
Although the 70-year-old was joking, Lineker might think twice about calling him 'Colin' in the future...
The video has since gone viral, having picked up over 5,500 retweets and 15,000 likes at the time of writing.
And many laughed at the interview on Twitter.
Yesterday's fixture was Cardiff's first home game since Emiliano Sala went missing over the English Channel.
And Warnock said he was the 'proud' after the game.
"I was alright until the final whistle and I went on the pitch," he said, per Sky Sports. "The last 10 days or so, I can't begin to explain to you how difficult it's been. Knowing Emiliano as I did, I knew that he would have been with us today.
"I thought the whole club was amazing... I think I was the proudest man to be the manager of the whole club today because the fans were just amazing.
"I started clapping [after the game] and the volume got worse and higher and higher. I've never seen anything like it. I've never heard anything like today ever and I'll remember it for the rest of my life.
"I felt immensely proud and I had pride in everybody. It was as if we had to show everybody our support for him. Coming back to the main stand to see my wife and kids up there, it just hit home that we had done him proud today.
"If we didn't get another point this year, I think they [the squad] have been amazing. I couldn't ask any more of any of them. We had all the ingredients today and it was almost like we couldn't be beaten today with the crowd. It was fabulous stood on the touchline."News Now - Sport News