Shkodran Mustafi isn't a popular figure among Arsenal fans at the moment.
The Germany World Cup winner was culpable for conceding the opening goal in the 3-0 League Cup final defeat by Manchester City a fortnight ago in what was the latest in a long line of mistake this season.
And it seems like the 25-year-old's stock has dropped even lower after a message on Twitter.
Arsenal brought a four-match losing streak to an end on Thursday by securing a very impressive 2-0 win away to AC Milan in the last 16 of the Europa League, putting one foot in the quarter-finals.
Mustafi saw fit to resurect his Twitter catchphrase - 'back on top', in the form of emojis - ahead of this afternoon's visit of Watford
And suffice to say that it was a decision which has angered fans of the North London club.
Abi, we're not on top. Delete this— TEJ (@sartejt) March 10, 2018
DELETE THE BACK ON TOP— Ben Watson (@BenWatsonAFC) March 10, 2018
Liability— Mduduzi nxumalo (@uzzidadrumkid) March 10, 2018
One decent performance and they’re all back on the Instagram flex.— RubbishGambler (@RubbishGambler) March 10, 2018
Stop being a clown— O¹¹ (@backheeIpass) March 10, 2018
Don't make mistakes tomorrow cause I don't want to be punished(lose) anymore— #Wengerout (@dready_freddy) March 10, 2018
I really wish u'd do your talking on the pitch instead.— Darren (@wretchedworm) March 11, 2018
Your words mean nothing unless it's backed up by your actions.
Make sure it doesn't disintegrate as soon as the match starts.— Tas_Gunner (@Tasnimur_LW) March 10, 2018
Duuuuude! What are you smiling about?! You're an own goal waiting to happen! Back on top? You're closer to relegation.— Michael Segal (@mseg92) March 10, 2018
Arsenal are 13 points adrift of fourth-placed Tottenham with only another 27 possible points available this season. Getting back in the top four looks a very tall order, but Arsene Wenger's side reduce that gap to 10 by beating the Hornets today and hoping that Spurs lose at Bournemouth in today's second match.