It's matchday at the Stadium of Light with Sunderland tonight hosting Liverpool in the Premier League.
Fabio Borini will be looking to continue his goalscoring streak against Jurgen Klopp's side.
And ahead of the match, the Italian striker has revealed he has ambitions to become an interior designer when he quits football.
Borini, 24, first picked up his passion at the specialist design school he attended in his home city of Bologna.
In an interview with The Sun, Borini said: "When I buy houses, I like to do all my own interior design — I like to pick the taps and other small details like that.
"I am building a house in Ibiza at the moment and all the interiors will be my idea.
"Sometimes it is simple stuff, but instead of a bedside table in my bedroom I like a shelf, and I designed a hole at the back of it for a phone charger to go through so the cable is not everywhere.
"I also recently designed a chair and am still looking for a way to produce it. My father’s friend made a model of it for my wedding present in June.
"I have thought about setting up my own company and I have already designed a logo using my initials, which I would like to have engraved into furniture."
Well there you go!
Meanwhile, Lee Cattermole is targeting a run in the Sunderland side after returning from injury as a second half sub in the 4-1 defeat to Manchester City.
Writing in his column for the Sunderland AFC programme, Cattermole said: "It was good to get back out there against Manchester City on Boxing Day because it has been frustrating lately.
"I have been a bit in and out but hopefully everything is sorted now and I can play some games.
"Hopefully my competitive edge is something that can rub off because when you are in a similar position to the one we are in then you have to show that energy and fight, then hopefully you can get your rewards at the end of it."
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