Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has an embarrassment of riches at his disposal, with the Stamford Bridge squad blessed with some of the finest talent in the country.
Eden Hazard is very much the ringleader, with the Belgium international back to his match-altering best this term.
Diego Costa has been banging in the goals for fun – with 14 in total for club and country - while the likes of Pedro, Willian, Oscar Cesc Fabregas offer able assistance in the playmaking and goalscoring departments.
Even at the back, the Blues boast a centre-half in David Luiz whose ball-playing ability would put most professionals to shame.
It seems that the creativity is not restricted solely to the playing staff, though, with the coaches looking to get in on at the act as well.
Nice bit of skill from Antonio Conte before training today! pic.twitter.com/0gcys3MMpD— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) December 6, 2016
That man spinning a floated pass into a Cruyff turn, on the bounce, is none other than Antonio Conte.
This is not the first time that the Italian tactician has pulled out his bag of tricks either, with an audacious outside of the boot pass caught on camera by Goal journalists during an open training session in pre-season.
You would never know that he used to be a dogged midfielder in his playing days, would you?