Spoiler alert: Don't read any further if you are yet to watch last night's edition of The Apprentice.
The latest hopeful to be fired from the show agrees with Lord Alan Sugar's decision to boot him out of the process.
Ross Fretten, from Chelmsford, says he felt it wasn't for him.
After his team, Team Vitality, made a loss of more than £430, Sir Alan criticised the 29-year-old entrepreneur for doing too little.
"Ross, you are a very articulate fellow but I believe, and I say this respectfully, you are a fish out of water," said the business mogul.
Fretten says he has now tweaked his own business strategy since being on the BBC One show, and will bring in crowdfunding to source investment for his personalised dog-training app.
As for the rest of the candidates... he hopes Harrison Jones (pictured right) wins, describing him as a "consistently positive force... consistently hard worker".
Less positive words for members of Team Graphene, who've squabbled throughout the process.
If anybody that I worked with in my dad-to-day had behaved like that I wouldn't be working with them anymore... I'd have kicked them off the project."