Patrice Evra is Manchester United through and through.
Widely regarded as one of the Premier League's greatest ever full-backs, Evra won five league titles, the Champions League and seven domestic honours during his lucrative spell at Old Trafford.
It was always going to take a special player to compete with Denis Irwin for the crown of United's finest modern left-back, but Evra did more than enough to thrust himself into the conversation.
Evra's online presence
And although it might now have been seven years since the Frenchman waved goodbye to the Red Devils as a member of the playing staff, he still plays an incredibly active role around the club.
He might not be barking orders from the technical area like Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but Evra very much keeps himself on the minds of United fans with his activity across social media.
Besides, lest we forget that this is the man who caused controversy for licking raw chicken and reacting to his Marseille sacking with a strange video of him towing a 4x4 along a beach.
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Evra's appearance at The Lowry
Bearing that in mind, it's only natural that Evra's promotion of his new autobiography, 'I Love This Game', would include the usual eccentric and amusing antics that he make so many fans love him.
And during an appearance at The Lowry in Salford, Greater Manchester, Evra was sure to make reference to the fact that his old team had a rather important Premier League game to play.
Yes, that's right, Evra was indeed referring to the Manchester derby and couldn't resist taking the mickey out of United's 'Noisy Neighbours' by taking to the stage with an impression of Oasis.
Evra takes the mickey out of Man City
Evra teased the City-supporting Gallagher brothers by belting out 'Wonderwall' and declaring that the Citizens won't win until he's 90 years old, before belting out his allegiance to United.
There couldn't have been a more Evra way to make an entrance could there? So, ahead of the big game in the north-west today, be sure to check out his latest teasing of the Citizens down below:
Evra's Etihad banter
And it isn't even the first time that Evra has taken the mickey out of City in the last few months with the 40-year-old going viral when he took the Etihad Stadium's pitch ahead of Soccer Aid.
Micah Richards couldn't keep his composure when his former United rival complimented the stadium, but proceeded to say that they would never win the Champions League and ran away.
Say what you like about Evra, but he always seems to be having the time of his life and if that puts a smile on the faces of fans who watch his wacky videos on social media, then power to him for that.
Then again, he probably shouldn't take up singing any time soon. Sorry, Patrice.News Now - Sport News