Forget being a plasterer like his dad, Jack Grealish would be a club promoter in Tenerife or Ibiza if he wasn't an absolute baller on the pitch.
The England superstar hilariously admitted that he couldn't be a plasterer like his old man, brilliantly revealing what he'd do if he wasn't a footballer.
He also said that he'd be travelling everywhere with his mates to watch the Three Lions.
The Aston Villa captain told The Guardian: "If I wasn't a footballer and I was just with my mates, I would just be doing what they're doing.
"I'd be travelling everywhere watching England, being in pubs and stuff. I think I'd be at BoxPark. I've seen a few videos of that and it looked unreal.
"I'm just a normal kid and, as I've grown up [in football], that's probably one of the hardest things.
"I speak to my family about it all the time because when I go out and do stuff and I look at what my friends are doing... I'd love to be like that sometimes and just go and do stuff.
"Of course, I've made mistakes. When I first came on the scene, no one knew me and I could do anything I wanted to and then, playing in the FA Cup semi-final and final for Villa [as a 19-year-old in 2015]... everyone knew who I was.
"It was difficult to deal with but I have matured so much. Deep down, I am still the same Jack. I will never not be that person."
Asked what line of professional he would have gone down if football hadn't worked out, he replied: "I couldn't be a plasterer."
The 25-year-old added: "I'd be a club promoter. Tenerife or Ibiza. I would be getting everyone into the club."
Grealish played a bit-part role in England's first two group matches, before starring against Czech Republic - creating his side's only goal of the game.
He was reduced to a role on the bench against Germany, but made an instant impact when he came off - setting up Harry Kane in their 2-0 win at Wembley Stadium.
Featured Image Credit: Jack Grealish/Instagram
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