JUDE BELLINGHAM has unveiled his new "Sheriffs" celebration that he appears to have created with three of his England team-mates.
Bellingham, 20, has made a celebration of his own a trademark since arriving at Real Madrid.
It sees him stretch both arms out to the side and look up to the crowd.
But both he and Tottenham man James Maddison have now shared shots of them both doing the "Sheriffs".
It involves placing your hand flat above your eyes, much like a military salute.
Bellingham shared the celebration with the word "Sheriffs" and tagged Maddison along with Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold and Al-Ettifaq's Jordan Henderson.
The former Borussia Dortmund midfielder did not perform the action after scoring for Real Madrid against Braga in the Champions League on Tuesday night - instead opting for his usual celebration.
But his posting of the "Sheriffs" on social media came after Maddison had already done so.
The Tottenham man posted a picture of him doing it after Spurs' 2-0 win over Fulham on Monday.
And he tagged the same three England stars along with the word "Sheriffs".
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Both Bellingham and Maddison have made sensational starts to life at their new clubs.
Bellingham has scored 11 goals and provided three assists in 12 games for Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, Maddison has scored three goals and provided five assists in 10 matches for Spurs.
Maddison also started England's 1-0 win over Australia during the October international break.
Bellingham then came in and starred in the 3-1 victory over Italy.