Word on the Tweet: Cleverley plays Scrabble & Phil Jones gets inspired as Olympics approach

Elsewhere on Twitter, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea stars are stepping up their preparations ahead of the new season while Anton Ferdinand enjoys QPR's Asian tour
One of the biggest problems international footballers seem to suffer at major tournaments is boredom between training and matches.

Wayne Rooney has bemoaned the affliction before and may be hoping to see Tom Cleverley, Micah Richards and Daniel Sturridge included in future England squads to keep him entertained.

Elsewhere, Phil Jones looked forward to the other events at the Olympic Games while others not involved focused on the Premier League season ahead. WOTT investigates...

"Me richards n sturridge scrabble championship. #sophisticated"

Great Britain squad member Tom Cleverley reveals how he and his fellow team-mates are keeping themselves busy ahead of their opening match against Senegal on Thursday.

"Watched an inspiring documentary last night on Tom Daley. Great athlete and great role model. #bravelad #TomDaleyDivingForBritain"

Manchester United’s Phil Jones gets into the Olympic spirit by praising Great Britain’s medal hopeful Tom Daley after watching a programme on the young diver.

"Surabaya!!!! The atmosphere last night was unbelievable the best I've played in outside of Europe! Thanks 4 all the support #QprAirAsiaTour"

Anton Ferdinand is definitely enjoying his side’s pre-season tour to Asia, with the Hoops beating Persebaya 2-1 in Indonesia.

"Commercial activities done, now for some training! #NoJetLag"

Anton’s brother Rio Ferdinand is focused on building up his fitness ahead of Manchester United's first Premier League match against Everton.

"Training done, can't wait for the season to start, feel sharp already must of been all that hard work in la!!! Hahahahahha"

Twitter newboy Ashley Cole is desperate for the new season to start.

"We just signed a new player.. His name is "Bruv", Jason Puncheon keeps talking about him whole day. #cantwaittomeethim"

Southampton's Dutchman Jos Hooiveld learns some new English from team-mate Jason Puncheon.

"Some people might get some pleasure out of hate. Me, I've enough already on my plate..."

One man we're not likely to see Going Underground on Twitter any time soon is king of music philosophy Joey Barton.