Erling Haaland broke off his Sky Sports interview to dance with Manchester City fans before in a hilarious moment during their title celebrations.
The Norway international has been breath-taking this season, breaking records for fun with 36 goals in the Premier League alone.
In total, the 22-year-old has scored 52 times in all competitions – including 12 in the Champions League.
He was a wanted man as City celebrated the title win on the Etihad Stadium pitch, as Sky Sports tried to catch up with him.
Reporter Geoff Shreeves managed to grab Haaland – but only for a moment as the striker ran off to celebrate with the fans.
As Shreeves stood and watched almost awkwardly, Haaland danced in front of the supporters as they serenaded him with a song about him and his father Alfie.
After a little jig, he returned to his interview and spoke about City’s success.
“It is unreal. I don’t know what to say. I am so happy,” he said.
Man City players guided off as fans invade the pitch before trophy presentation
“These are the memories I will remember for the rest of my life. I don’t know what to say.
“It is special. I am going to enjoy this day. It is amazing.
“Debut season, 36 goals, Premier League trophy and two more finals to come. Not bad.”
Haaland, who gatecrashed Jack Grealish’s interview with an F-bomb, only arrived last summer from Borussia Dortmund and was expected to score a ton of goals.
But not many would have predicted him to break the record for the most goals scored in a single Premier League campaign, a feat he managed earlier this campaign.
There are further trophies to win for City this season with the FA Cup and Champions League still up for grabs.
City take on Manchester United in the FA Cup final and Inter Milan in the Champions League and are the heavy favourites to win both.