Ross McCormack is preparing to face former club Leeds United next week, and does so looking up at them in the table.
The Scottish striker was sold last summer for £11 million to Fulham, who had just been relegated from the Premier League, but are now looking over their shoulders nervously towards League One.
Fulham sit in 21st place while Leeds are as high as 13th after winning seven of their last 10 games. Ahead of the clash at Craven Cottage, Fulham's official Twitter account asked fans if they had any questions for the striker for a feature in the matchday programme.
This only served as a red flag to a bull for Leeds United fans, who used the invitation to mock and poke fun at their former captain, who has 10 league goals to his name this season, as opposed to the 29 he netted for the Yorkshire side a year ago.
Here is a selection of the responses to the #AskRoss hashtag, which probably won't be cropping up in Fulham's match programme next week...
#AskRoss remember when you wanted to play in the Premier League? How's that working out for ya?— Batesy⚽️ (@BatesyLufc) March 9, 2015
#AskRoss have you been round the tourist attractions of London on Matt Smith's shoulders holding a balloon?— Guysley (@Guysley_) March 9, 2015
#AskRoss Do you still have Jim Whites number on speed dial for another late come and get me plea?— Lewis Cook 4 England (@Ieedsmadlad) March 9, 2015
This tweet seemed to sum it all up...