Record signing Wilfried Bony has been talking to ITV Sport about life on and off the pitch at Swansea City.
The £12m striker, who is from French-speaking Ivory Coast, says he often speaks Spanish to call for the ball from his teammates.
Bony says he knows one word of Welsh - 'diolch' - which is more than interviewer Ned Boulting!
He also reveals he's a busy man outside of football, who likes to DJ, dance and sing.
Swansea host Russian side Kuban Krasnodar tonight, aiming for a third successive victory in their Europa League group.
The game is live on ITV4 and the ITV Sport website
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