The 29-year-old has been arguing with Aston Villa supporters on social media.
Charles N'Zogbia has clashed with a number of Aston Villa fans on Twitter after posting a cryptic tweet.
The winger took to social media with talk of people hating and breaking him, ending it with a #positive hash tag.
The Villa man has been heavily criticised in recent months, with one of his lowest points coming in the FA Cup final.
People will rate you, hate you, shake you, and break you...but how strong you stand is what makes you #Positive— Charles N'Zogbia (@CharlesNzo) October 5, 2015
Naturally, though, Aston Villa fans chose to question N'Zogbia's preachy statement.
Many replied and the 29-year-old actually responded to several, arguing with some via a number of exchanges.
@JksweeneyAvfc Ur carreer , what are we talking about ?? So No games yet, catch this one— Charles N'Zogbia (@CharlesNzo) October 5, 2015
One fan also questioned N'Zogbia for being on £63,000 a week and not doing very much at all for Villa. The winger chose to dispute those numbers...
Meanwhile, N'Zogbia was criticised for not caring about the fans, something else he disputed.
@richyukdpd I never said I don't care for the fans, u got it wrong— Charles N'Zogbia (@CharlesNzo) October 5, 2015
If only the Aston Villa star's game was anywhere near as good on the pitch as it is on Twitter - a comment that can be aimed at many professional footballers today.
Next up for Tim Sherwood's men is a trip to Stamford Bridge after the international break, with Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side waiting...