Arsenal's players seem to be using the international break to show how much they appreciate their under-pressure manager, Arsene Wenger.
Every day this week, different players have said they want Wenger to sign a new contract, with his existing one up at the end of the season.
From Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny in the France camp, Hector Bellerin and Nacho Monreal in Spain, Alex Iwobi in Nigeria and Granit Xhaka in Switzerland, pro-Wenger quotes have not been hard to find.
As club football takes a break during international week, it's time to take stock. And in the Premier League, with Chelsea running away with the title, the focus at the top end of the table is on the race for the remaining three Champions League places.
A look at the table shows nine points separating second-placed Tottenham from Arsenal and Everton, who are six and seventh respectively. In between are Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United.
As so often happens when players go away on international duty and speak to their national media, Origi took the opportunity to get a few things off his chest. Some might say it's the only opportunity he has taken in recent months.
Liverpool desperately need Origi to be playing at the level he was this time last year, and it has hurt them that he isn't. His complaints about a lack of playing time...