Mark Wright has finally achieved his dream of becoming a professional footballer.
The reality star is probably best known for his role in The Only Way is Essex (TOWIE) and for featuring in a number of other TV shows.
However, when he began playing in Soccer Aid, many fans were surprised to see he's actually a talented left-back.
Having been released by Tottenham as a youngster, Wright went on to play for Southend United before ultimately dropping down to non-league level.
By his own admission, the 34-year-old didn't work hard enough as a youngster and his dream of going pro was shattered.
In 2020, that changed when he signed for League Two Crawley Town.
Wright couldn't have picked a better game to make his debut in as he was introduced in injury time of the 3-0 FA Cup shock over Leeds United.
The timing of his appearance only fuelled accusations that the signing was nothing more than a publicity stunt - especially as the game was televised.
Unfortunately, no matter how Wright fares, he will probably have an uphill battle on his hands to convince people he's a genuine footballer, not a TV personality who's decided to kick a ball about.
The minds behind FIFA 21 are yet to be convinced, at least, because he's finally been added to the game - but he's the lowest-ranked player on there.
His rating is just 47. He's been given one star for weak foot rating, as well as a 'low' ranking for both defending and attacking work-rate. Even his skills are rated at just two stars.
There are only a handful of players who have suffered such ignominy in the current game, from Chinese midfielder Song Yue to Oldhman's Ben Hough.
The average rating of a League Two defender, according to The Sun, is 62. He's got an awfully long way to go.
Who's the highest-rated player?
It begs the question, of course, of the highest-rated player.
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