Harry Redknapp is planning to go camping to prepare for "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!"
The football manager - who has previously taken charge of West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur - is heading Down Under for a stint on the ITV reality show later this year, and he has revealed his plans to prepare for the Australian jungle.
He told talkSPORT: "I might go and sleep in the New Forest for a week in preparation.
"I'm trying not to think about it at all."
A number of footballers have tried their luck on the show in the past, including Dennis Wise, Jimmy Bullard, Wayne Bridge and Neil Ruddock.
Harry managed the latter when he was at West Ham 20 years ago, and he has turned to him for advice on the challenge that lies ahead.
He said: "He said it was the toughest thing he's ever done. You could imagine Razor not eating for a month. It would have killed him!"
He looks set to be joined in the jungle by a number of famous faces, including "Coronation Street" actress Sair Khan and "The Case" star Anne Hegerty.
Speaking about Harry, a source previously said:"Harry is never anything less than good value. He's had a long, interesting career and knows a lot of famous people. He'll be fun to watch."
What's more, Holly Willoughby has reportedly been paid a "six-figure sum" to replace Ant McPartlin on "I'm A Celebrity".
The "This Morning" host has agreed to front the new series of the creepy-crawly show alongside Dec Donnelly after his co-star Ant pulled out of all of his work commitments earlier this year when he was found guilty of drink-driving.
And, although bosses were certain they wanted the 37-year-old beauty to take on the role, they were determined to make her a cash offer she couldn't refuse.