In the last few days, football lovers have been exposed to Swansea's initiation process with new recruits having to perform a song of their choice.
New striker Tammy Abraham - who signed on loan from Chelsea - was the first up and delivered a stunning performance of Boyz II Men's 'End of the Road'.
Next up was Roque Mesa, who arrived from Spanish side Las Palmas, and the 27-year-old's attempt had slightly more of a comedic value. Probably didn't help that he chose 'It's Raining Men'.
Yeah, singing probably won't be his career choice after he retires from the game. Nevertheless, his brave performance in a foreign tongue will certainly endear him to both teammates and Swans fans.
His signature 1980's style moustache simply adds to the performance, making him look as if he belongs in a music video for the song
The midfielder is touted as a shrewd investment by the Welsh club after excelling for Las Palmas in La Liga last season.