Talking kung fu with King Eric
On Football Focus this weekend, you might be aware that we have an exclusive interview with Eric Cantona, a man never short of opinions.
As well as talking about his new role with the New York Cosmos, the mercurial Frenchman speaks openly about the moment that, for many, will be the defining moment of his career.
The kung fu kick he aimed at a Crystal Palace fan during a Premier League match in 1995 was rightly condemned and landed Cantona with a £20,000 fine and a lengthy ban.
When he first mentioned it as the "highlight" of his career, I thought he was joking because there was a smile on his face, but as he continued he said that he did it for "the people".
On the rare occasions that he has spoken over the years, Cantona has always said that he isn't, and doesn't want to be, a role model. He'd even go as far as blaming the media for making him into a hero.
But what is certain, is that when Cantona talks, people listen and however he presents his opinions they are sure to make headlines.
In a week when player behaviour is under scrutiny once again, it's interesting to hear Cantona's unique perspective on those events at Selhurst Park 16 years on.
The extended 10-minute interview can be seen in Football Focus on Saturday from 1215 on BBC One, and whatever you think of the man himself, it's well worth a watch.