Gareth Bale is finally back playing football on a regular basis.
The Welsh superstar brought an end to his Real Madrid nightmare this summer, returning to Tottenham Hotspur on loan.
Bale is still yet to start a Premier League game in 2020/21, but he's regularly appeared off the bench and even scored the winner in the 2-1 victory over Brighton last Sunday.
His first goal back in the white of Tottenham was assisted by Sergio Reguilon, who also joined the English club from Real Madrid this summer, the left-back arriving on a permanent deal.
Reguilon has been a revelation in north London and already looks as if he'll be a mainstay in Jose Mourinho's XI for the foreseeable future.
It's been a seamless transition for the 23-year-old, but one thing about Spurs' training ground facilities has surprised him.
"What most surprised me is at Spurs' training ground there are golf holes," Reguilon said.
"I asked and they told me they were put there for him [Bale]! They're short holes, maybe 30 metres. I couldn't believe it!"
They really are catering to his needs...
Bale's love affair with golf became rather infamous during his final years at Real Madrid.
While on international duty with Wales late last year, the 31-year-old was pictured alongside a flag with a message that read: "Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order!"
Needless to say, his actions didn't go down well at the Bernabeu.
Reguilon has also revealed that Bale seems like a different man at Tottenham without the Spanish language barrier.
"He seems different to me," the left-back added. "The language is everything for him. He speaks Spanish well, it's not bad, a bit like me in English, but communication, the habits, mean he's happier in England... I have no idea if he'll return (to Madrid)."
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