Word on the Tweet: Defoe doubles up on desserts & Noel Hunt readies his leotard

Elsewhere, there's reaction to Anthony Knockaert's wonder goal against Huddersfield Town and Jonjo Shelvey prepares to return to action after his red card against Manchester United
Today's Word on the Tweet brings you Jermain Defoe's dining habits and the Flashdance aspirations of Noel Hunt and Jason Roberts.

There's also Kris Commons' reaction to Celtic's historic away win against Spartak Moscow and Lee Dixon's thoughts on the city of Cluj.

So, let's get this show on the road!

"What if its a Flash Dance! Me and @JasonRoberts30 thinking of it!!!"
Reading's Noel Hunt rejects the notion that rehearsed dance celebrations are a bad idea. Hunt, Jason Roberts, matching leotards and Jennifer Beals impersonations - what more could you ask for?

All work and no play makes Swansea's Michu a Dull!!!Dull!!!Dull!!! boy.

"On way to training .. Game tomorrow feels like I've not played in ages #cantwait"
Jonjo Shelvey limbers up for a return to action after his red card in Liverpool's clash with Manchester United.

"I feel like its all crumbling and I need answers. Maybe time to see a medium like Mr Craddock suggested. Maybe they can help me sleep also."
The finest player ever to grace the football pitches of Goa, Dempo's insomniacal Rohan Ricketts gets all philosophical.

"Cluj? Lovely city. Recommended"
Romania's second city gets the Lee Dixon seal of approval.

"Just back in Glasgow. Still buzzin!"
Fresh from earning Celtic's first away win in Europe since the Crimean War, Kris Commons shares his delight.

"Cheers @GordonRamsay01 mate for dinner it was lovely I even had both deserts"
Feed Jermain Defoe and he will score. And then ask for seconds. Two deserts? TWO!? What would Spurs boss AVB say?

"Great performance from the lads last night highlight of the night was Ant Knockeart sliding on his knees on the AstroTurf after his goal ha"
Not the goal itself then, eh? Not the most sublime scorpion kick ever scored (sort of). Leicester City's Zak Whitbread needs to get his priorities sorted out.