Newcastle's Allan Saint-Maximin is a player that has already entertained Premier League crowds up and down the country.
The lightning-quick French winger is everything you want to see on a professional football pitch.
He has every trick in the book, embarrasses defenders regularly and can also be unpredictably rubbish with his final ball or finish.
It's just Box Office entertainment and during Newcastle's recent 3-0 win away at West Ham, Saint-Maximin was simply unplayable.
He may not have scored, but the former Nice man terrorised the Hammers back-line to the point of surrender.
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And it seems his lack of goals with the Toon Army does not bother him at all.
In an interview with BBC Radio Newcastle, the Frenchman explicitly declared that 'I don't give a f**k if I score' live on air.
Don't believe us? Well, you can check it out in the video below.
Saint-Maximin says: "I don't give a f**k if I don't score, as long as the team wins!"
Now that is great radio!
The host of the show was far from pleased with Saint-Maximin's language, stating that he intends to find out which members of the Newcastle squad have been teaching him some naughty English words.
To be fair to the Frenchman, his English is pretty darn good for someone who has only lived in the country for a few months.
Saint-Maximin has never been a prolific scorer throughout his career, even when he was playing a starring role with Nice in Ligue 1.
In 74 games for the club, the 22-year-old managed just 11 goals, but he did also contribute with 14 assists.
During his days with Saint-Etienne, Saint-Maximin played 17 games without scoring and he managed just three in 36 games on loan at SC Bastia.
During another loan spell with Hannover, the Frenchman played 18 games and mustered just one goal.
So there you have it, he's far from a prolific goal scorer, but guess what? He doesn't give a f**k!News Now - Sport News