Have you ever dreamt of receiving a personalised message from your favourite athlete?
Birthday wishes perhaps? Or even just a little sentence or two that acknowledges your existence?
Well, we've got some good news for you, because the website Cameo offers just that, with a range of famous sports stars putting themselves out there for message requests.
Prices start at $5 (£3.86) but go all the way up to $1000 (£771).
So who can you get for top dollar? It's former Chelsea, Portsmouth and West Ham manager Avram Grant, of course.
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The Israeli's price is set that high because all the proceeds he makes through the website go to charity.
But don't worry, there are plenty of other footballers available much cheaper.
A message from Freddy Adu (remember him?) will cost you $35 (£27) while Chelsea youngster Trevoh Chalobah charges $60 (£45).
Making our way up the list, ex-Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj costs $300 (£231) while Barcelona fans might appreciate a message from Kevin-Prince Boateng - but it would cost you $125 (£96).
The second most expensive football-related figure is Darren Bent, who charges $500 (£385) but there are plenty of other athletes on the list.
Kam Chancellor - formally of the NFL's Seattle Seahawks - wants $1000 for a message, while legendary quarterback Michael Vick also changes that amount.
It's not just sports stars on this website of course, with other celebrities also involved. But their prices can be very high.
Caitlyn Jenner is the most expensive person on the website, offering messages for a massive $2500 (£1928).
You can even book the Wolf of Wall Street himself - no not Leonardo DiCaprio - the actual Jordan Belfort for $795 (£613).
Imagine getting him to quote you some of the most famous lines from the film, now that would be some incredible motivation!
Or, you could get someone like Freddy Adu to wish you a happy birthday. Whatever floats your boat really.News Now - Sport News