Former Manchester United star Anthony Elanga has undergone an incredible body transformation since joining Nottingham Forest.
The winger scored against West Ham on Sunday and celebrated by taking off his shirt.
He unveiled his ripped body, showing off his six-pack and huge traps.
It has been a long journey for Elanga who was a scrawny teen for much of his time at Old Trafford.
That all started to change after he suffered a shoulder injury in January 2021.
Elanga, 21, underwent a rehabilitation process and showed dedication to come back stronger, with his rehab including cryotherapy.
Over the following summer he worked with a private coach to beef up – and the results are clear to see.
He is believed to have worked specifically on explosive pace and jump height and was reportedly one of the most dedicated United players in the gym during his time at the club.
Last year the Swede set a box jump personal best of 63 inches – just four inches short of the world record.
Elanga has shown no signs of slowing down and has gone from strength to strength at Forest – quite literally.
He has scored two goals and three assists in 12 games for Steve Cooper’s side, including a famous winner at Chelsea in September.
That means he has more Premier League goals than United’s entire front line put together, while Daniel Sturridge praised his “calm” finish at London Stadium.