Ever wanted to ask Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel a question? Then take the chance today when he assumes control of the official @LFC Twitter account to speak directly to fans, in association with Carlsberg.
The Slovakian centre-half is now in his eighth campaign with the Reds since arriving at Anfield from Zenit St. Petersburg in January 2008, and he has clocked up 257 appearances in the backline for the team during that period.
A League Cup winner at Wembley in 2012, Skrtel was also a crucial figure as Brendan Rodgers' side surged to a second-place finish in the Barclays Premier League last season, notably contributing seven goals to the cause.
All of the above and much more will be under discussion from 6pm GMT today as the 29-year-old takes charge of the club's profile to pick out questions submitted by supporters and provide a personal response.
Clues as to the identity of the latest #CarlsbergTalk participant had been shared via the social media platform in the past few days, before it was revealed yesterday that Skrtel is the man to follow a series of his teammates and former players in joining the chat.
So, if you want to ask something of the No.37, simply tweet using the hashtag #CarlsbergTalk and then make sure you are following @LFC from the scheduled start time, which is subject to a slight delay, to discover if you receive a response.
And remember - the more interesting, quirky, unusual or unexpected your poser, the more likely it is to catch Skrtel's eye during the 30-minute Q&A session and generate an answer from the player himself.