A Champions League stalwart with more than 167 appearances to his name, you'd think that very little would faze Gianluigi Buffon beneath the bright lights of a Tuesday (or Wednesday) night, but there is one team he would rather avoid: the mighty Leicester City.
Having pulled off a fairly miraculous recovery to beat Sevilla 3-2 on aggregate, the party continues for the Foxes as they join Europe's lofty elite in the quarter finals, where they could face Buffon and his rampaging Juventus side; a scenario that concerns the captain.
"Who do I prefer not to play? Leicester, because they are a dangerous and passionate team who can cause trouble for opponents who take the initiative," said Buffon after his team beat Porto 1-0 in their second leg on Tuesday night.
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"Against them, we would have everything to lose."
Leicester's manager Craig Shakespeare reckons his team (R.I.P Claudio) has plenty more to offer: "We might just be the surprise team," he said. "We know there's going to be some terrific teams, as there were in the previous round.
"We have to be delighted with the performance and knocking Sevilla out. Their record in Europe is there for everyone to see. We're in there on merit. Make no mistake about that."
Make no mistake about it, Gigi.
You better watch your back...