Hibs midfielder Stephane Omeonga sat down for a Q&A session this week, with football still suspended in Scotland.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic means many clubs are looking for ways in which to keep their supporters entertained and engaged.
Q&As have been particularly common so far, with fans able to send in their queries to the stars they watch week in week out.
Tuesday saw on-loan Belgian maestro Omeonga take the floor at Hibs.
When asked for his favourite moment at Hibs since rejoining the club in January on loan again, the 23-year-old said: “Either the win last season at Tynecastle, or my first goal – I can’t decide between the two of them so I will just say both.”
Omeonga’s first, and only, Hibs goal was a simply wonderful strike just last month against Inverness Caley Thistle in the Scottish Cup.
The star unleashed a controlled effort with pinpoint precision from the edge of the box right into the top corner, giving Mark Ridgers no chance.
Omeonga was also asked to pick between legendary Spanish midfielders Andres Iniesta and Xavi, plumping for the former out of preference for the more attack-minded player but conceding both are ‘amazing’.
He was also asked for the best player he’s come up against.
“I was on the bench two years ago when we played against Juventus, so I didn’t play against Cristiano Ronaldo, but I did play against Paulo Dybala so I think he’s the most amazing player I’ve come up against, definitely.”