Macclesfield striker Benjy Mills says he is shocked by the amount of free time he now has after turning professional.
The 22-year-old joined from non-league side Nantwich Town last week and made his debut in the 2-1 defeat by Torquay.
"It's certainly a shock to the system. I'm looking around and thinking what do we do?" he told BBC Radio Manchester.
"Normally I was up early doors and back late at night. I'm climbing walls a bit in the day. 'suppose I'll have to develop a gambling problem or start having affairs with page 3 girls and other players wives. Or go to the bank and remortgage my house - just to fill up the hours in the day".
Mills' career so far has been exclusively in non-league football playing for Leek, Stafford, Alfreton and Nantwich.
Macclesfield fan Albert Stein commented "He should give Natasha Giggs a call!"