Dutch side NEC Nijmegen is offering its players a bikini car wash if they win a man of the match award.
Shunning the traditional bottle of champagne, NEC’s hierarchy seem to believe that the prospect of getting their motor scrubbed by scantily clad ladies is the most effective way of getting the best possible performances from their players.
Icelandic midfielder Victor Palsson became the first recipient of the prize following his performance against Osasuna in a pre-season friendly.
The former Liverpool youth player wrote on Twitter: “Thanks @NEC_Nijmegen for this MOTM prize after the game vs. Osasuna. The car has never been cleaner.”
NEC avoided relegation by four points last season, so they will be hoping their new rewards scheme helps them into mid-table safety this term.