Jamie Carragher has been brutally trolled by El-Hadji Diouf over his Liverpool career.
The Liverpool flop, who signed for the club following an impressive campaign at the 2002 World Cup, has reignited his feud with Carragher by throwing shade at his footballing career.
"He was a right-footed player with two left feet," the Senegalese said.
"If he wasn't a Scouser, a son of Liverpool, he would never have had the career he did.
"I can say today that the shirt that I regret wearing the most was Liverpool's.
"Because if I were to do that part of my career again, I would have gone to FC Barcelona or Manchester United."
We can't wait for Carragher's response.
Carragher and Diouf have previous. The Liverpool legend once called him his worst-ever Liverpool teammate.
"The worst has to be El-Hadji Diouf," he said. "Actually, I quite enjoyed playing against him as you could kick him then - can't kick your own players."
Diouf spent just two seasons at Anfield before moving to Bolton. He also had spells at Sunderland, Blackburn Rovers, Doncaster Rovers and Leeds United.
Carragher, on the other hand, enjoyed his whole professional career with Liverpool. He amassed over 700 appearances, famously winning the Champions League in the 2004/05 season.