The voice of transfer deadline day is gearing up for a busy one - and he's tipping two of his favourite clubs to lead the charge.
Sky TV presenter Jim White is backing a busy Tuesday for Premier League and Championship clubs before the transfer window slams shut at 11pm.
White - who has been at Sky Sports News since the late 90s – has become the symbol of the station's transfer coverage, which first aired in the 2002/03 season.
The yellow tie-wearing Glaswegian spoke exclusively to the Huddersfield Examiner ahead of his busiest day of the year, and is expecting another hectic 24 hours.
“At the moment there's some doubt as to whether the top six in the Premier League will do business, but I think - Chelsea to many are running away with it so I reckon yes there will be business.
“Clubs are determined to try and close the gap on Chelsea and to do so I think some of the top ones may well do business.
“I think Chelsea will do business – as I speak to you I think they're looking at bringing in a wing-back and also cover for Thibaut Courtois so by the time deadline day comes around there may well be Craig Gordon from Celtic as cover goalkeeper.
“But yes I think there will be business and in the Championship too – I think we're in for a busy time.”
But the Blues aren't the only side White is backing to add to their ranks this month.
The Scot admitted to being somewhat of an Everton supporter and believes the Toffees will bring in reinforcements this month.
He said: “I have become unassumingly a bit of an Everton fan – that is pretty well known out there.
“I got pretty friendly with the new majority shareholder there Farhad Moshiri and I've been watching because I think Evertonians are very excited about Moshiri and what he'll do and they're very excited about who they will bring in.
“I know Moshiri and Bill Kenwright are working on a few things so I'd like Everton to come in with some decent names.
“I'm impressed that they got Morgan Schneiderlin and I don't think it'll stop there.
“I'd like to see Everton do some business and I like Chelsea as well – I think what they're doing under Conte is fantastic and I know Chelsea are trying to get a wing-back so I'd be happy to report that – that would be a good story.
“And Leicester – can they dig themselves out of the trouble they're in? I loved what they did last season but I think they need to reinforce to make themselves safe more than anything else.”