Wolverhampton Wanderers playmaker Ruben Neves joked with BBC Radio 5 Live's Steve Crossman and Dion Dublin that "rest is important" when asked about what there is to do for a Portuguese man in Wolverhampton.
The 21-year-old then related the Midlands city to his home town back in Portugal, enjoying the fact that they have a similar laid back nature.
"What is there to do for a Portuguese man in Wolverhampton?"@RubendsNeves gave a rather unexpected answer 藍— BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) 9 August 2018
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Presenter Crossman asked the highly rated midfielder: "What is there to do for a Portuguese man in Wolverhampton?"
Neves, who was speaking at the Premier League launch on Thursday night, responded:
After the laughs passed, Neves added: "No, I like the city. The city where I lived in Portugal is almost the same, it's quite calm. So I think it's good for my family to settle in Wolverhampton.
Crossman then turned his attention to Neves' teammate, asking Conor Coady: "If I was to say to you two years ago when Portugal were winning the Euros, that you would be captaining Joao Moutinho, what would you have said?"
The Wolves skipper spoke of the surreal feeling he has and how refreshing it is to be able to kick on, saying: