It's part of tradition at Swansea City, and new arrival Tammy Abraham left his new team-mates wanting more.
Abraham met up with the Swans squad at their new base in Raleigh, North Carolina for the first time on Sunday night following his loan move from Chelsea.
As per Swans tradition, the tall striker had to stand in front of the squad and staff and sing a song. And he made an instant impression after giving a fantastic rendition of Boyz II Me "End Of The Road".
He had a standing ovation from the squad, who also chanted "we want more".
We will have more player initiation songs throughout the week.