Speaking to the French media, Yohan Cabaye picked the one Chelsea player he would bring to Paris Saint-Germain.
And that player, rather unsurprisingly, is Eden Hazard.
Former Newcastle man Cabaye, though, has been preparing for the European clash himself - and his latest comments a clear attempt to unsettle Hazard ahead of the tie.
"Hazard is a player that I would like at PSG," the midfielder told PMU. "He would do so well in Paris and in Ligue 1. He's one of the best players I've played against.
"Eden Hazard is the Chelsea player. He will be the player that we will need to pay attention to; we will have to watch him. He can make the difference at any time; he can be dangerous with each acceleration but, then, the whole world knows that."
It is no wonder the French champions, who have previously been linked with a big-money bid for the Belgian, are targeting the 23-year-old - both for the upcoming Champions League clash and in the transfer market.
Hazard has been simply superb for Jose Mourinho's side this season and, as Opta stats show, few at Stamford Bridge can match him for attacking ability.
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On top of his exploits in Europe, the Belgian has been in remarkable form in the Premier League. With 14 goals, Hazard is by far Chelsea's top scorer, while he tops the assist charts in west London, too.
However, his supremacy is best demonstrated with the ball at feet, as the 23-year-old's 116 successful dribbles is the highest tally in the Premier League.
And in terms of his successful passes in the final third, well, Oscar is his nearest competitor in the Blues squad - and Hazard has close to double his tally.
Cabaye is certainly right to target the Belgian, then. But will the Frenchman be able to get inside his head?