Andreas Weimann discussed a range of Villa topics on his punditry debut this week.
Weimann joined Jack Woodward in the commentary box for the U21s clash with Chelsea.
And the fab forward chatted about claret and blue matters in depth.
He discussed the success of our NextGen heroes in Italy and the skills of Jack Grealish, Andras Stieber and Callum Robinson.
He spoke of the quality of Janoi Donacien, who has been training with the first team and the influence of Gordon Cowans, who has coached the striker from a young age.
He pointed to the quality of Daniel Johnson, who he said is always a goal threat in the second string and Benjamin Siegrist between the sticks.
Weimann also discussed Villa Park's prestige and power as a home venue and the tremendous support the team receive from the stands.
He chatted about his new role as a role model to youngsters like Alfie Crooks, who bagged the goals in the U21 clash.
The avid golf ace spoke of the viewing pleasure he got from watching the US Masters, won by Aussie Adam Scott and chatted about the skills of his pro pals on the fairways.
Finally, he reflected on his double against Man Utd earlier in the season his enthusiasm for the Old Trafford challenge on Monday.