West Ham fans will want to see this sight at the Olympic Stadium next season.
The 29-year-old has dazzled and scored in both of his country's Euro 2016 outings so far - a 2-1 win over Romania, in which he netted a last-minute winner, and Wednesday's 2-0 win over Albania which, to be fair, was also a slick goal.
Back on English shores, the Hammers faithful will be as happy for their man as any set of supporters, but perhaps they should be cautious.
The truth is that Payet - a £10 million signing from Marseille last summer - is growing bigger and better every time he puts his boots on and such form might be ominous for West Ham.
It was reported by Le 10 Sport that Real Madrid were weighing up a £40 million bid, with Chelsea also rumoured to be interested.
The Irons move to the Olympic Stadium next season after 112 years at Upton Park, and West Ham fans will simply be desperate to see his name and number still a part of the West Ham-ification of the arena by September.
Love this, the concourse areas in the new stadium have the same attention to detail as the hospitality lounges pic.twitter.com/9NoLNF9R36— Lady Brady (@karren_brady) June 16, 2016