Admit it - you’re quite taken with Gareth Southgate.
So much so, in fact, that for a few days this week a hashtag dedicated to celebrating the 47-year-old’s general loveliness was a top trend on Twitter despite a slew of major news stories.
#GarethSouthgateWould gave fans the chance to pay homage to Southgate and thousands jumped at the chance.
There were a few different themes.
Gareth Southgate’s Past Behaviour Proves What A Legend Gareth Southgate Is
Gareth Southgate Doesn’t Do Wallowing
This Is Twitter, I’m Not Missing The Chance To Say Something Witty
I Saw This Hashtag And My Imagination Ran Away With Me
And more than just football - asked about whether supporters were now “connecting” with the team in a way they had not done since Euro 96, the manager said: “That is one of the most important things for me, if we’re managing to do that.”
He added: “We have a chance to affect something bigger than ourselves.
“We’re a team with our diversity and youth that represents modern England and in England we’ve spent a bit of time being lost as to what our modern identity is, and I think as a team we represent that modern identity and hopefully people can connect with us.”