Just like Peter Crouch's famous 'robot' dance back in 2006, Sturridge's new goal celebration has become popular with supporters - and the in-form Liverpool striker wants fans to join in!
Indeed, the 24-year-old, who has the second-highest minutes per goal ratio in Europe's top five leagues, is planning to record an instructional video for England fans ahead of this summer's tournament in Brazil.
"I'm going to release a how-to before the World Cup. Everyone needs to know the moves! I'll have to put it on YouTube," he is quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror.
"It's crazy, I really didn't think it would be like that. It started as an inside joke but has become something more than that," he said.
Meanwhile, Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Sturridge "looks like scoring every game." The Reds ace became only the second man ever to net in eight consecutive Premier League games after his brace against Swansea - and Rodgers has hailed him as a "natural goalscorer."
"He's a natural goalscorer," he told reporters. "He has great pace and it was a wonderful pass by young Raheem [Sterling] for his first goal. That gave us a great start and it was a really good finish.
"His second goal is in an area of his game he needs to improve. It was a lovely ball by Luis [Suarez], clipped in, and he's finished it really well with the header.
"He just looks like he can score in every single game. He's got that ability, he's got that quality. Thankfully, he plays for us here and he's still got a lot of improving to do."
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