Word on the Tweet: Ledley unfazed by Ronaldo while Hibbert finally scores

Elsewhere, Benoit Assou-Ekotto eats, sleeps and eats, Stuart Holden reveals his taste in TV and Jose Enrique predicts goals from new Liverpool team-mate Fabio Borini
After helping Celtic to victory over HJK Helsinki in the Champions League qualifying stages, it appears that Joe Ledley thinks the Hoops can take on anybody.

Neil Lennon's team now face a trip to Philadelphia to play defending La Liga champions Real Madrid, with the midfielder apparently unfazed by Cristiano Ronaldo and co.

Elsewhere, Sylvain Distin reported back from Tony Hibbert's testimonial while Benoit Assou-Ekotto gave us another insight into his bizarre life and mind. WOTT investigates...

"Just on plane going to london via philadelphia to play Real Madrid not bad. Easy win!!! Ronaldo who?"

Joe Ledley light-heartedly previews Celtic's upcoming friendly test against Jose Mourinho's men.

"Tonight Hibbo made history.... I know I shouldn't say that but thanks guys for the riot. You stuck to your words looool. Great night it was."

Everton took on AEK Athens at Goodison Park on Wednesday for Tony Hibbert's (pictured left) testimonial match and, remarkably, the right-back grabbed his first goal in over 11 years. Sylvain Distin enjoyed the action.

"Very HOT in valencia.....b4 the game around 10pm i hv a lAaaaaaazY day! eat ! Sleep ! eat! sleep lol what a program lol"

Tottenham's Benoit Assou-Ekotto is apparently enjoying a more palatable pre-season schedule than many of his colleagues.

"With my friend Borini in the bus. He score today!!! For sure!!!!!"

Jose Enrique senses goals in his new team-mate Fabio Borini as Liverpool prepare for their Europa League third qualifying round second leg fixture against FC Gomel on Thursday.

"The TV show Modern Family is pure genius, has me in stitches every time!"

Meanwhile, Bolton's Stuart Holden (pictured right) has revealed how he got over the Trotters' relegation to the Championship last season.

"Who's quicker? Kyle Walker or Theo Walcott"

Carlton Cole asks his Twitter followers for help as he scouts out information on the players he will be facing for West Ham in the Premier League next season.

"Me to @NPowell25 last night on the plane "what type of music u into"?..."some old school,90's & early 2000's"..haha! Instant old age set in!"

Lastly it seems veteran Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand enjoys teasing the younger generation. This time new signing Nick Powell is the victim.