Fans sing 'here's here, he's there - he's everywhere - and none deserve the accolade more than Pawel Wszolek.
He was a thorn in Reading's side every time he touched the ball at the Madejski Stadium on Thursday night, and he looked as if he could still have run until midnight.
Lungs and just about everything else are on the floor when required to complete 20x40x80x100 metres and back down again in 3mins 30secs.
The Pole is just three second shy of getting under three minutes for the gut buster, and is in the boss's good books as a result.
It’s shown in other matches as well, much to the delight of team-mate Jamie Mackie , who scored the Reading winner.
“He’s (Holloway) used the pyramid run as a gauge throughout his whole career and had a lot of success with it,” Mackie explained.
“Pavel is a real fit lad so he kind of eats that run up where I have been out a long time, so it has been a good marker for me to do it and see how close I am to the other lads, but naturally I keep myself in good shape.”
After a slowish start, Wszolek is hitting form with three goals that have notched seven points for Rangers this season, the last against Ipswich - although it was his cross that found its way to Mackie for Thursday's goal.
It bodes well for an offer of a permanent deal after his loan from Serie A side Hellas Verona in the summer.
“He is really buying into being over here and he is a great lad. We have got a duty amongst us British players to bring them into the group which we will always do," Mackie added.
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