West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis considered quitting his job after the disappointment of failing to sign Euro 2016 winner William Carvalho this summer, but he should breathe a heavy sigh of relief after seeing his performance against Switzerland on Tuesday.
Carvalho, who played a key role in Portugal's Euro 2016 success over the summer, clearly wasn't in the most energetic of moods for his country's World Cup Qualifier against Switzerland on Tuesday night.
Carvalho can be seen strolling back towards his own goal as Switzerland start a counter-attack from within their own penalty area. But the 24-year-old makes no attempt to try and win the ball back and he ends up just watching as Admir Mehmedi fires the ball in to give the Swiss a 2-0 lead.
The Sporting Lisbon midfielder has a release clause of £38 million and has also previously been linked with a move to Arsenal. But judging on his displays on Tuesday, Premier League clubs will be glad they didn't splash the cash.
Portugal sit bottom of Group B in the European World Cup Qualifiers after the first round of matches. The only guaranteed route to Russia is to win the qualifying group, so Portugal will hope to improve when they host Andorra next month.