Aston Villa beat Kidderminster Harriers 3-0 in a friendly on Wednesday.
Aston Villa fans found themselves divided over Ross McCormack's latest outing for the Villans.
The 30-year-old was in action in a pre-season friendly against Kidderminster Harriers on Wednesday night.
Aston Villa won 3-0 but the Scotland international was not on the scoresheet - despite a couple of good chances - as goals from Conor Hourihane, James Chester and Harry McKirdy did the damage.
Some Villa fans on Twitter suggested that McCormack and strike partner were looking sharp against the Harriers, who compete in the sixth tier of English football.
Then again, many more claimed that the former Fulham man - a £12 million signing by Roberto Di Matteo last summer - looked like he had enjoyed his summer break a bit too much by commenting on his weight.
McCormack's about 2 stone overweight— J (@Jasto_avfc) July 12, 2017
Why does McCormack look like the size of a fridge #avfc— Joey Pearce MUA (@Joeypearce) July 12, 2017
Mccormack still looks like a chunk, looks more suited to be a rugby player. Gates obv stopped him going to the gym too #avfc— Claire (@FloppyChicken92) July 12, 2017
Went to KH game. McCormack 2 stone overweight & was total shit. Mind you, Richards had a spare tyre the size of an F1 Michelin. Shameful.— Kezz AVFC (@KezzAVFC) July 12, 2017
It's better but McCormack is nowhere near the player he was at Fulham #avfc— AVFCchats (@AVFCchats) July 12, 2017
im liking McCormack and hogan they seem like they could work with abit more work— David_AVFC (@DavidO_AVFC) July 12, 2017
Hopefully mate, McCormack still looks heavy and toss at the mo— Scott Cross (@CrossyAVFC25) July 12, 2017
Can see hogan and McCormack linking up very well. Both clever players.— Aston Villa Daily (@AVFC_Daily) July 12, 2017
#AVFC VS KH - McCormack looking good always looking for the ball, hogan showing promise and adomah with the skill— James Megee (@jmdubmix) July 12, 2017
The 2017-18 campaign is massive for McCormack and Aston Villa.
The ex-Leeds United hero has a lot to prove in the claret and blue after scoring just three times in 20 appearances for Villa last season, before being loaned to Nottingham Forest in January.
He has a big price-tag to pay off and it remains to be seen whether he can replicate his Fulham form next term.