Meet Portsmouth's answer toÂ Great British Bake Off king Paul Hollywood
Tom Naylor is partial to a few frames of snooker after Pompey training.Â
Brandon Haunstrup often hits the golf course once he's finished at Roko.Â
He's sometimes joined by Matt Clarke '“Â if the centre-back isn't imitatingÂ Paul Hollywood back at home.Â
The Blues'Â prized asset is a keen baker and his team-mates can vouch for his culinary skills.
A traditionÂ at Fratton ParkÂ is that everyone must bring a cake into training on their birthday.
But instead of raiding Tesco or Sainsbury's, Clarke instead had a go atÂ making his own.Â
He said: '˜It's a general rule in football that when it's your birthday you bring cakes in.
'˜On my birthday, I made my own and they went down well and I did it as a bit of fun.
'˜I've made all sorts '“Â sponges, brownies, millionaire shortbreadÂ and vegan cake and they've went down well.
'˜Without sounding too sad, I enjoy it and something I do for a laugh.
'˜I haven't had any bad feedback. Not to my face anyway, they might have said something behind my back!
'˜A few people have had a go. Traditionally, people used to just buy Krispy Kreme doughnuts and that's a bit boring.Â
'˜A few of us have had a go at baking them and usually they've been alright.Â
'˜I think I was the first and maybe started a bit of a trend.'
While kitman Kev McCormack has encouraged Clarke to go on the Great British Bake Off, Clarke admits that would be a step too far.
He added: '˜When you live on your own or with your girlfriend then you have to cook. I'd say I'm alright in the kitchen.
'˜Kev mentioned Great British Bake Off to me a few times but I wouldn't go that far.
'˜I do watch it and some of them make a right mess of it.'