Oleksandr Zinchenko opted to celebrate Manchester City's recent 6-0 thrashing of rivals Chelsea by cooling off in the most extreme manner possible.
The youngster has made the most of the brief time off City have before their next match, by travelling home to Ukraine to spend time with family.
Taking to social media, Zinchenko posted a video of himself by a frozen river in the capital city of Kiev, leaving fans shivering after then plunging into its icy depths.
Wearing minimal layers, the attacking full-back strolled over to the water's edge before bracing himself and making the jump.
Zinchenko's chilly antics come just one day after City's show-stopping performance against Maurizio Sarri's men.
The 22-year-old was trusted by Pep Guardiola to take up one of his advancing wing-back positions, along with Kyle Walker.
Zinchenko put in a solid afternoon's work as City barely had to bother themselves with defending, but instead focused their efforts into humiliating the opposition.
Sergio Aguero struck a sublime hat-trick in the tie, while Raheem Sterling added a brace and Ilkay Gundogan completed the rout.
It was Zinchenko who provided the assist for Sterling's second goal, which finished off the tie at 6-0.
The Ukraine international blistered down the byline, before squaring the ball across for Sterling to slot home.
City now sit back top of the Premier League table on goal difference, though have played one game more than rivals Liverpool.
Guardiola's men return to action on Saturday when they face Newport County in the FA Cup fifth round, before resuming Champions League affairs four days later against German giants Schalke.