Aston Villa's Jack Grealish is the unfortunate owner of perhaps the most embarrassing statistic of 2015/16, a season which saw the club relegated with a lowly 18 points.
The midfielder, who opted to play for England in the summer, featured in 16 games for the club during the course of the season, and in each of those games, the Villains went on to lose.
It was some season for England's Jack Grealish. pic.twitter.com/O0sVZieL1A— Paddy Power (@paddypower) May 16, 2016
This means that the unfortunate Grealish boasts a big fat zero with regards to his win percentage for the season, something which sums up the plight of Villa.
Overall, the club lost 27 of their 38 fixtures, meaning that they actually managed to avoid defeat 11 times when Grealish did not feature.
The youngster was seen as a huge prospect only a year ago and actually scored a great goal against Leicester City earlier in the season - a game that Villa lost 3-2 after being 2-0 up.
The midfielder was controversially photographed collapsed on the floor in Magaluf before the season begun and perhaps that visual specimen was a warning of how is season was going to pan out.
The Englishman has a considerable task to rebuild his career and the Championship could be the perfect platform for this next season.
Well it will be, if Villa decide to play him which judging by his performances this season, is not a certainty.