Wolverhampton Wanderers chairman Stephen Morgan has come up with a novel way of ensuring his players do not have to come back jaded from long midweek international jaunts - making his private jet available for use.
Wolves had four players on duty behind the old iron curtain on Wednesday night. Keeper Wayne Hennessey and Freddy Eastwood were on duty for Wales in their 5-2 win over Slovakia in Trnava. Meanwhile, just across the border in the Czech Republic, Eastwood's Wolves strike partner Andy Keogh and full-back Kevin Foley were in Prague for the Republic of Ireland's 1-0 defeat.
And, to ensure they all got back in decent time to get a good night's sleep and report for training on time, Wolves' generous new owner had the four of them flown back on his eight-seater jet by 'Morgan Air'.
"Right after the game me and Kevin Foley went to the airport and jumped on the plane," said Keogh.
"Freddy and Wayne had already been picked up. And, just an hour and a half later, we were back home in our own beds while the rest of the Irish boys were still in Prague.
"It means we got a good night's sleep and were able to get a training session in.
Sheffield United on Saturday is a massive game so it's really helped to get us all back and into it."