We've uncovered a startling comment piece from Monday morning's press. It's not that often that we turn to the Daily Mirror for its words of wisdom, but this opportunity was just too good to pass up.
Stan Collymore (remember him?) often likes to stir things up a bit and this is a gem. The former Liverpool and Aston Villa striker claims he is the solution to all Theo Walcott's problems! Expect a call from Arsene any day now.
If Arsene Wenger wants to turn Theo Walcott into a top striker quickly then he should give me a call.
He has been running around like a headless chicken recently for Arsenal and I can understand why some Arsenal fans are frustrated with him. Yet I really believe in the kidâ€™s potential and would love the chance to work with him as a former striker myself.
So Arsene, and I know you read my column, if you want me to work with Theo twice a week for free teaching him some striking tips then get in touch. Anyone who can score three goals for their country in Zagreb against Croatia in a game that is must-win clearly has ability.
Our second pick for the day comes from the Sun, courtesy of Steven Howard. He's questioning the form of John Terry after he looked dodgy again against Wolves.
The Chelsea skipper has to get everything ship-shape - though probably not Bristolfashion - out on the pitch. There could be no sterner test than in the heady atmosphere of the San Siro on Wednesday night.
It was evident a couple of weeks ago at Goodison that all the off-field fun and games had finally got to Terry where two mistakes cost his side the match.
Then came some ironically-termed "compassionate" leave in Dubai with 'Er Indoors. Though this appears to have smoothed things on the home front, it hasn't succeeded in ironing out the wrinkles in his own game.
Though Terry returned for the 2-0 win at Wolves that ended an away run of six points from six games, two further lapses by the Chelsea captain could have again proved costly in what was, despite the three points, a scrappy victory.
If Terry can struggle against a team like Wolves, what chance him and his side emerging unscathed from their Champions League trip to Inter Milan?
And we have to have an honourable mention for Oliver Kay over at the Times, who managed to describe Cheryl Cole as "a Princess Diana for the 21st century". We can't work out if the tongue was firmly in cheek.