You don't need telling that fans of the FIFA videogame series constantly harp on about how they've got the best rated players in the game for, say, their Ultimate Teams.
Whether it's Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi, the world's biggest stars are always the most talked about - and most in-demand - players as FIFA 18 is no exception.
What about those players whose ratings don't even break the 50 barrier though? And what of those included in the game who aren't even professional footballers? Wonder no more as both of those queries can be answered in one in the below tweet:
How is it possible to include someone who doesn't even play football? Well, allow us to explain.
Tommy Käßemodel, who is actually the kit man of German outfit FC Erzgebirge Aue, needs to be included in his club's first-team squad due to a baffling ruling in German football.
All clubs are required to have four homegrown players in their squad and, given that Käßemodel was once a youth player with Erzgebirge, he qualified as the fourth and final player in their quota.
He has a professional contract with Erzgebirge but will never play for them. With an overall rating of just 46, as well as stats such as 23 pace and 36 defending though, that's probably a good thing!