Former Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov has revealed the thinking behind his famous 'keep calm and pass me the ball' undershirt that was unveiled after scoring the only goal against Southampton in 2012.
Berbatov's goal, his first in seven games, meant that the Whites drew 1-1 with the Saints at the Cottage and allowed the former United man to channel his inner Mario Balotelli - revealing the shirt in the celebrations.
However, referee Phil Dowd didn't see the funny side and booked the striker for his antics while manager Martin Jol publicly criticised him for his actions, but behind the scenes Berbatov tells a different story.
He told ESPN : "Before the game as I warmed up I went to the toilet. There, I decided to put that message on my shirt. All good ideas come in the toilet.
"I got a pen from the kit man and I always play with a T-shirt underneath. The message was spontaneous and I didn't tell anyone.
"Martin Jol said that [it wasn't the brightest thing to do] publicly. But to me he said: 'Berba, well done.' He understood my humour.
"But anyway, if people did pass me the ball it would benefit the team. I scored 15 league goals in my first season at Fulham. It was a great season for a good team.
"I was feeling good again, especially when I scored a goal from the volley against Stoke.
"I felt confident and I hate playing against Stoke; they always kick you. But I liked that goal so much. I went to the boss to celebrate and I could see his eyes getting wet. He hugged me so strong I thought he was going to break my back.
"I love that guy."