Neil Warnock has suggested that he would be willing to participate in next year's 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' show.
However, the Cardiff City boss has joked that he should be paid "10 times more" than the other contestants for one particular reason.
This year's edition of the reality TV programme features Harry Redknapp, one of the Bluebirds head coach's managerial peers.
The former Tottenham Hotspur boss has won over plenty of people during his stint in the Australian jungle, as evidenced by some fans on Twitter:
Harry Redknapp to be on the new £50 note— Josh Longden (@wwwaahh) 7 December 2018
Have you ever seen anything more pure than the way Harry Redknapp loves his wife? I hope I get something remotely close to that in 54 years— Eva Jade McBride (@evajmcbride) 7 December 2018
If Harry Redknapp doesn’t win #ImACeleb it will be an absolute travesty.— Robyn Caitlin (@RCaitlin) 7 December 2018
Much like Redknapp, Warnock is a veteran manager who enjoys particular celebrity status within the football world due to his standing in the game as well as his personality.
Ahead of Cardiff's Premier League meeting with Southampton on Saturday, the 70-year-old spoke about the prospect of following Redknapp into the jungle.
However, he admitted he is concerned about potentially having to do more Bushtucker trials than all the other contestants due to his reputation as somewhat of a footballing provocateur.
"I would imagine I'll be in there next year," Warnock is quoted by the Daily Mail as saying. "The lads have put my face on Harry's body on the dressing room window!
"I don't think I'd be scared. But the problem is I'd be doing every horrible thing there could be because I'd get the votes. It would be payback time. So they'd have to pay me 10 times more than they paid everybody else!"
Redknapp remains in the running to make Sunday's final and potentially be crowned King of the Jungle.