Manchester United new boy Antony has talked about his tattoos during an interview with club media.
The Brazilian has a fine array of body art which has caught the eye of a number of Reds supporters, since he made the summer switch from Ajax.
There is a picture of a lion on his arm, although he has pointed out previously his goal celebration, seen following his debut strike against Arsenal, is actually mimicking a tiger.
The inkings clearly have a personal meaning to the right-winger.
“I’ve got this one together with my brother, which says ‘only those from the same place know what I’ve been through’,” he told us recently. “This one on my neck is a chain pendant and the full sleeve has meaning.”
When asked if he planned to have more in the future, he replied: “Yes, I would like to get some more. I don’t know what yet. I’ve got my Olympic medal on my thigh as well.
“I’ll get more, though I’m not sure of what yet, but there will be a few more.”
Antony won the medal during the 2020 Summer Olympics, when appearing for Brazil’s Under-23s side.
The South Americans beat Spain 2-1 in the final in Yokohama and Antony played 112 minutes before being withdrawn for Vinicius Jnr of Real Madrid.
The wide-man represented his country again, earning a 10th cap at senior level, in this week’s 5-1 friendly win over Tunisia in France, coming off the bench in the 65th minute.