Diego Costa's no-nonsense style may irk some but the Chelsea striker has a big fan in fellow Premier League forward Salomon Rondon.
Costa is not afraid to go toe-to-toe with his markers to try and get an advantage, a philosophy that has paid dividends with 57 goals since moving to Stamford Bridge.
And his approach has not gone unnoticed by Rondon, who continues to impress for West Brom, top-scoring for the Baggies with eight this season.
Speaking to Omnisport, Rondon said: "Diego Costa fights all of the time!
"He's a striker, amazing player.
"I saw his movements, I saw his finishing, I always learn about the movements of other strikers."
And Costa is not the only Chelsea striker Rondon takes inspiration from, as club legend Didier Drogba - scorer of 170 goals in 389 appearances in all competitions - is also an idol for the 27-year-old.
He added: "Someone I liked to watch is Drogba. Didier Drogba was an amazing striker when he was at Chelsea.
"But now, my style, maybe [Christian] Benteke. He's a tall, strong player. But I always watch other strikers."