Josh Onomah won't thank the official England Twitter account after it shared footage which could upset supporters of the Tottenham Hotspur player's loan club, Sheffield Wednesday. Onomah is currently away with the England Under-21s, whose squad also contains the on-loan Sheffield United goalkeeper, Dean Henderson.
Greeting Henderson at the Three Lions' St George's Park base, the Sheffield Wednesday midfielder is heard to say: "top of the league, yeah?" in reference to Sheffield United's newly-acquired league position - which is five [and six points] better than that of their neighbours.
A product of Tottenham's academy system, Onomah impressed in his two most recent starts for Sheffield Wednesday - setting up goals for Adam Reach and Lucas Joao in the games against West Bromwich Albion and Bristol City respectively.
But the following Owls fans are unimpressed with the 21-year-old's comment...
Seen it, shocking tbf— Liam (@LR_SWFC) October 9, 2018
Sheffield Wednesday travel to Sheffield United's Bramall Lane ground on Friday 9th November.
Is the Tottenham Hotspur player's comment really that big a deal?