You may be savouring the prospect of seeing Andre Ayew in action on the pitch for Swansea City.
But the new signing has already been put through his paces on the stage.
The Ghanaian joined the Swans earlier in the summer from Marseille.
But at a recent dinner, his team-mates were more interested in his vocal chords, than his footwork.
The player used some cutlery as a ?microphone? as he belted out a little ditty.
He wrapped it up quite quickly though, as scuttled back to his seat.
His team-mates seemed to like it though.
And hopefully the fans will be just as vocal for him when he takes to the more familiar surroundings of the football field in the 2015/16 Premier League season.
Earlier this month the player said some of those fans might be watching from his native Ghana.
He said: ?My country watches the Premier League every weekend. There are 28 million Ghanaian people and 27 million of those will watch the Premier League.
?They wanted me to go to the Premier League, and although I took this decision also for myself, I took it for a lot of people in my country because they wanted me to be here.
?Swansea now has another 28 million fans behind them because I know Ghana will be supporting us.?