Roy Keane let it be known to his growing Instagram following that he is no middle aged man in lycra.
The Man United legend posted a selfie, smile and all, on his page on Saturday as he made the most of the weather.
The 49-year-old was wearing a helmet and sunglasses as he presumably departed for a bike ride.
He posted the picture with the caption: “I’ll wear the helmet but if you see me wearing lycra, run me over.”
Another classic from the former midfielder who has taken the social media platform by storm since joining earlier this month.
Keane has accrued 1.2million followers but is yet to repay the favour and follow anyone else back.
His first post was a selfie with his dog which was captioned: “A man’s best friend.”
The Irishman then urged his followers to show some love on Valentine’s Day by uploading a picture from his Nottingham Forest days, being throttled by West Ham’s Stuart Slater and Ian Bishop.
Third, it was a picture of him and his grandson ‘always smiling’. Disclaimer: they weren’t.
His only other post was a group of pictures from the Republic of Ireland’s tour to the USA in 1992.
It included a cutting response to Niall Quinn’s claim he received ‘special treatment’ along with a snake emoji.