Edinson Cavani has been filmed wearing new club Manchester United's training gear for the first time since his transfer.
His debut is at risk of being pushed back, though, due to the quarantine period of 14 days – past United's fixture against Newcastle on 17 October.
But it has not stopped the 33-year-old getting the club's training gear on for an intense training session at home.
Posting a video on Instagram, Cavani was seen wearing United's black training kit with orange stripes running down the arms.
The Uruguayan puts in a shift on the treadmill, increasing the intensity as the minutes pass by.
But the shirt eventually comes off as the 33-year-old sprints hard to approach the half-hour mark on his workout.
This clip was shared on Cavani's Instagram channel on Thursday morning, earning nearly 200,000 views within half-an-hour of publishing.
And the United faithful were delighted to see their new No.7 putting in the hard work.
"Let's go," one supporter said.
Another commented: "Yes - come on Cavani."
While a third made a bid prediction for his United campaign, with: "Edinson is coming bag goals this season."
And a fourth simply added: "El Matador."
Cavani arrives at United as PSG's all-time top scorer, netting 200 goals in 301 appearances for the French champions.
But he was released from his contract with Les Parisiens over the summer in favour of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Angel Di Maria.
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The forward, though, did take the time to send an Instagram message to fans of his former club on Monday ahead of the Old Trafford move.
Cavani said: "I know it's been a while since my departure but sometimes it's better to leave a bit of time to pass.
"It's better for the head and there is less risk of creating situations that are sometimes not true but sometimes they're negative.
"I prefer to wait to talk.
"Thank you to the supporters who gave me their heart. It is a love that grew over time with the supporters which is important alongside sacrifices, work and results. That's why it's important to me.
"All the nice moments we had spent together, even the not so nice moments which are part of life, that'll stay here (in the heart).
"Thank you to everyone who worked in Paris, who did things with affection for me, that's what's important, that'll stay in my head and body. Life continues."