It's safe to say James McClean divides opinion wherever he goes.
On Saturday afternoon, he was at it again, antagonising fans of his former club Sunderland after West Brom's 1-0 win over the Black Cats at the Hawthorns.
Going over to the Sunderland fans, McClean fist pumped and made his feelings clear as he celebrated his team's one-goal victory. Supporters reacted angrily, while the opposition players also tussled with the 26-year-old.
But how have West Brom fans reacted?
Naturally, there have been plenty who have condemned the winger. Some didn't mind his celebrations but still don't support the controversial character himself - described by boss Tony Pulis as 'not the sharpest tool in the box.'
However, a number of West Brom supporters backed McClean against his former fans, many of which had been shouting abuse at the winger all game long.
The 1-0 win over Sam Allardyce's men takes West Brom up to 12th, seven points above the Premier League relegation zone - which provides some welcome respite at this early stage in the season. Here's a selection of how the Baggies faithful responded on Twitter to McClean's antics against Sunderland:
I don't blame James McClean for his celebration today , but I really do dislike the guy. #WBA— Matt Fern (@ferno1990) October 17, 2015
Awful Game, Great Result, MOTM: Sess, Highlight: McClean!! - I'd have done the same!! Boing Boing!! #wba— Tom Parkes (@parksy007) October 17, 2015
The lad got abuse all day from the same fans who support Adam Johnson - James McClean has done nothing wrong today! #wba— Nick (@nickc_1991) October 17, 2015
Rondon sprinting on at the end to help out McClean was the quickest he'd moved all day #WBA— Thomas Hamblett (@tomhamblett) October 17, 2015
James McClean just asked me what the gaffer means about not having sharp tools in his box. #wba— Sad Berahino (@SadoBerahino) October 17, 2015
Regarding James McClean, he has my complete support. And not just because he plays for us. Every man is entitled to his own views. #WBA— Sunny Randhawa (@SunnyRandhawa) October 17, 2015