Coventry City captain Sammy Clingan is looking forward to facing Aron Gunnarsson and Ben Turner when the Sky Blues take on Cardiff City tomorrow night.
Clingan still speaks to Gunnarsson whilst playing Call Of Duty and told the CT's Alan Poole: "I still play Aron on Play Station and yes, i always beat him, joked the Northern Ireland international.
"It will be nice to see him and Ben Turner again on Tuesday and I'm sure they will be looking forward to coming back.
"Aron's obviously playing very well and he's coped very well and he's popped up with a couple of cracking goals this season.
He's always likely to do that because he's a very good player. If he keep his feet on the ground and does what he's capable of, he could go places - I think he could be a Premiership player.
"I had quite a long chat with Ben Turner a couple of weeks ago when he came back for Graham Jones funeral.
"He was doing really well here until he got that unfortunate knee injury against Leeds. "We got injured around the same time but he really struggled to get back - he just couldn't get past that last little point.
"But he's back and playing well now and like Aron, he'll be out to impress. When you leave a club you always want to go back there and win, get one over on your old friends who are still there - any time I play Forest or Norwich, I really want to beat them."