So, Arsenal's Hector Bellerin is faster than Usain Bolt...
What has become abundantly clear to many Arsenal fans is that their 20-year-old right back possesses such pace even Usain Bolt would be left in his wake.
Admittedly, the six-time Olympic gold medallist would no doubt breeze past the nippy Bellerin not long after 40m, but let's not worry about that too much.
A graphic (pictured below) has become very popular on social media showing Bellerin's hugely impressive 40m time of 4.42 seconds, compared to the sluggish effort of 4.64 seconds from the Jamaican sprinting legend.
Bolt's time was not taken from a casual run round the block at his home in Sherwood Content, Jamaica, either - his 40m split was taken from the time he broke the world record, which still stands today.
Usain Bolt of Jamaica celebrates winning the men's 100 meters final during the world athletics championships at the Olympic stadium in Berlin, August 16, 2009. - Reuters
Bolt's world-record time of 9.58 seconds was set in 2009 at the World Championships in Berlin, and it would have been in this race that Bellerin could have got off to a flyer.
The graphic claims that Bellerin would have been two metres ahead of Bolt by the 40m stage had he run in Berlin and, while the details of the Arsenal defender's run are unclear, it still gives an indication of just how rapid he is over a short distance.
He may not have been forced to make a stationary start with a potential false start to worry about, but only a foolhardy winger would attempt to skip past Bellerin now.