Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder slipped over and pulled his calf while running to celebrate their injury time winner over Wolves on Wednesday night.
Joe Egan’s header gave the Blades a massive 1-0 win, which clearly meant a lot to the boss.
Wilder went to run off down the touchline, but slipped and suffered the injury.
Regardless of the pain, he quickly recovered to his feet and kept running before jumping and punching the air in delight.
“I pulled my calf, I pulled my calf,” he admitted to Sky in their post-match interview.
“Yeah, I thought we were excellent, I wouldn’t have been too disappointed with a draw against Wolves.
“The players they’ve got, the manager they’ve got, I thought it was outstanding, I really enjoyed watching the team play.
“We’ve been stretched by a few things, but everybody to a man stood up and took the challenge on.
“I thought we played well as well. We moved the ball around the pitch and I thought we were brave in possession.
“Sit back, we had to at times, off the counter, the pace and what they’ve got at the top of the pitch is really dangerous.
“So both aspects of the game had to be right tonight and I believe it was.”