Former Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink showed his true willingness to do whatever it takes to win at his daughters' sports day yesterday.
The ex-Brewers boss - who led Albion to the League Two title in 2015 and then to the top of League One - is seen on video diving at the finish line to ensure he took first place in the parents' 100-metre race.
Filmed by none other than Aston Villa defender John Terry - who Hasselbaink knows from his days as a striker at Chelsea - the Dutchman can be seen surging towards the line neck-and-neck with one of the other parents, before claiming victory with a theatrical dive.
As if he knew he was being filmed by his former team-mate, Hasselbaink then turns and looks directly at the camera with a huge grin on his face.
Hasselbaink started the race well and surged into the lead at the half-way point, but began to falter in the closing stages under pressure from another dad desperate for a chance to beat a former professional footballer in a footrace.
Terry, who signed for Villa earlier this month after his release from Chelsea, then uploaded the video of the race to his Instagram account on Monday, with the caption: 'When @official_jfhasselbaink decided to run in the Dads race at school. The nervous look after his tumble to see if I was filming.'
Hasselbaink has been out of work since being dismissed by QPR in November last year.
The former Atletico Madrid striker led the Brewers to the fourth-tier title in his first season in charge, and the club were top of League One following his departure for west London later that year - with current boss Nigel Clough coming in to ensure their promotion to the Championship and last season's subsequent relegation survival.