Manchester United will be hoping Zlatan Ibrahimovic is able to well and truly recharge his batteries during a prolonged break from action, as they prepare for a hectic end to the season.
The Swede retired from international duty following Euro 2016, meaning while the majority of the United squad are spread across the world representing their countries over the next fortnight, he will be able to enjoy some well deserved rest.
Furthermore, Ibrahimovic's suspension for an elbow on Tyrone Mings means he will have enjoyed nearly three weeks between competitive games, when he returns to the field for United's clash with Everton on April 4.
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is pictured leaving the Lowry Hotel on Monday
The Swedish forward headed from the hotel to his car, wearing jeans, trainers and a jacket
He was forced to sit out the Red Devils' loss to Chelsea in the FA Cup and the 3-1 Premier League victory at Middlesbrough, with the final match of his three-game ban being served when his side host West Brom at Old Trafford on April 1.
They will need him to be fresh, too, given they could face a game every 3.31 days between the start of April and the end of the season, if they make it to the final of the Europa League.
Ibrahimovic appeared to be making the most of his time off as he was pictured heading out on Monday morning, leaving the Lowry Hotel in Manchester and getting into his black 4x4.
Ibrahimovic scored twice for United in their EFL Cup final victory over Southampton
UNITED'S NIGHTMARE SCHEDULE
Premier League unless stated
April 1 West Bromwich Albion (H)
April 4 Everton (H)
April 9 Sunderland (A)
April 13 Anderlecht (A) Europa League Quarter-final, first leg
April 16 Chelsea (H)
April 20 Anderlecht (H) Europa League Quarter-final, second leg
April 23 Burnley (A)
April 27 Manchester City (A)
April 30 Swansea City (H)
May 4 Europa League semi-final, first leg (possible)
May 6 Arsenal (A)
May 11 Europa League semi-final, second leg (possible)
May 13 Tottenham Hotspur (A)
May 21 Crystal Palace (H)
May 24 Europa League final (possible)
TBC Southampton (A)
The near three-week break will allow the 35-year-old to recharge his batteries during what has been a hugely impressive debut campaign in the Premier League.
Having won titles in Holland, Italy, Spain and France, there were doubts over whether he would be able to make a splash in England, during what is the twilight of an exceptional career.
While he has not been able to single-handedly fire United to the title, with runaway leaders Chelsea almost certain to lift the trophy, the Swede has already scored 26 goals for his club, including a brace in the EFL Cup final in February.
In total he has scored 26 goals during an impressive first season in English football
While Ibrahimovic has won 32 trophies, he has yet to add a major European honour to his impressive cabinet, but can put that right this season.
United face Anderlecht over two legs in the last eight of the Europa League, with a final date in Sweden on offer as United bid to book their place in Stockholm on May 24. The Friends Arena will also soon be the home of a giant statue of the legendary striker, in honour of his achievements across Europe.
Question marks still remain over Ibrahimovic's future at Old Trafford, though, with the likes of LA Galaxy, Napoli and AC Milan reportedly interested in him if he decides not to take up the option to extend his United stay into a second year.