Tottenham Hotspur are bidding to close the title gap on Leicester City this evening, but Carl Jenkinson is not interested.
Jenkinson is an Arsenal player and fan who has been on loan at West Ham, a combination which makes Tottenham a club whose recent success he will have found hard to stomach.
So rather than watch Tottenham's game with Stoke City, Jenkinson made clear he would rather go to the cinema instead, proclaiming there was nothing on the box worth watching.
Nothing worth watching on TV tonight so went the cinema pic.twitter.com/TOwbhvI84t— Carl Jenkinson (@carljenkinson) April 18, 2016
Perhaps Jenkinson should have been watching in order to fuel his motivation for next season, currently out injured he is unable to play this campaign.
He is unlikely to be signed by West Ham next season, with the side signing Sam Byram permanently in January, meaning he must battle Hector Bellerin for the right-back spot at Arsenal, a daunting task given the Spaniard's performances this season and at the end of 2014/15.