Manchester United new boy Bruno Fernandes took the chance to say hello to some familiar faces ahead of his Premier League debut.
But whilst he has just joined the Red Devils in a big-money transfer, it was on the Wolves side of the Old Trafford tunnel that he saw the most friendly faces.
Just moments before stepping out onto the pitch for his first appearance at the iconic stadium, Fernandes took the chance to say hello to a number of his Portugal international team-mates on the opposite side.
He was seen behind captain Harry Maguire and his team-mates embracing Ruben Neves, long linked with a move to United, as well as fellow Portugal star Diogo Jota.
He also shared an embrace with two former Sporting Lisbon team-mates, Rui Patricio and new Wolves signing Daniel Podence.
Podence joined Wolves on the same day Fernandes put pen to paper with the Red Devils, but he was left on the bench after his arrival from Olympiakos.
Fernandes turned in a solid first-half performance, roared on by the United fans who were clearly excited to see his debut.
He had more touches than any other United player before the break (58) and also completed more passes (46), having three shots with a busy performance.
Speaking ahead of the game after putting Fernandes straight into the starting line-up, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told Sky Sports: "I think there's been loads of fans waiting for Bruno to come and the players as well.
"He's been a very good influence since he's come.
"Of course it's been a few hectic days for him, but I think the boost of him being around has been good for everyone.
"He's raring to go, he wants to play, and for us, we need some fresh legs as well because we've had 18 games in the last two months which is a big demand for these boys."