Tottenham's Harry Kane isn't happy with EA Sport's latest player ratings.
After EA Sports released an official trailer advertising FIFA Ultimate Team Draft mode - marketed by the franchise as a brand new way to play FIFA Ultimate Team on the upcoming FIFA 16 - Tottenham's Harry Kane reacted in comical fashion.
Although he didn't appear in person, the Spurs youngster featured in the video and, for the first time ahead of the game's September release, fans of the series, and the player himself, were treated to a glimpse of his expected player rating.
However, it is fair to say he isn't best pleased with EA's decision making:
Despite the fact his rating has improved by nine since last season, having been given a provisional rating of 77 ahead of the upcoming game, Kane remains unhappy with EA's evaluation of his ability.
After an impressive breakthrough season last term, during which he scored 21 goals in 34 appearances, the England new-boy was clearly hoping to be held in higher esteem - as his latest tweet infers.
Kane has already spoken of his confidence ahead of the new season and, as he prepares to repeat his achievements of the previous campaign, will be looking to boost Tottenham's chances of challenging for the Champions League.
While his FIFA rating remains largely insignificant in the grand scheme of the game, it will be a small personal gain for the player to see his valuation increased before FIFA 16's release in September.