Robin Van Persie is clearly not a happy man after swapping Manchester United for Fenerbahce and, as if further proof were needed, another video of the Dutchman looking miserable has surfaced.
The 32-year-old moved to the Istanbul club over the summer, after falling out of favour under former Netherlands manager Louis van Gaal.
But despite scoring four goals in eight games for Fenerbahce this term, the Dutchman has found himself rotated in and out of the team by coach Vitor Pereira.
Worse still, rival striker Fernandao has thrived during his stints as first choice forward, leaving Van Persie looking none-too-happy on the subs bench.
A Vine surfaced over the weekend highlighting his current plight, with the ex-Red Devil seemingly refusing to celebrate a goal - by his Brazilian teammate and rival - from the bench.
Now another video has surfaced showing Van Persie looking similarly unenthusiastic during the pre-match warm-up for the same fixture.
The clip also sees RvP shake hands with a coach, possibly Pereira, but fail to make eye contact, with his misery only too obvious to viewers at home.
With Holland still in the mix for a place at Euro 2016 and Van Persie keen to play his part, don't be surprised to see the former Premier League favourite on the move this summer.