Ben Davies admitted his friendship with team-mate Alan Browne got off to a strange start.
Defender Ben lists Alan as one of his good pals at PNE since the Irishman came to Deepdale in 2014.
“When he first moved over, I was living in a rented flat but I was on loan at York City,” said the 23-year-old.
“Alan moved into my apartment so he was living in my apartment and I hadn’t even seen him!
“I just met him at weekends and he was there, sat in my house. He was nice, he was dead quiet then but he isn’t like that now, he is loud!
“We lived together on or off for three or four years. It’s fun, he just tolerates me, he is more outgoing than me.
“I just like to sit on my sofa and chill whereas he likes to be doing things. I am trying to work on being more outgoing. It is just so tiring after a day of training. We do work hard and so I like to relax.
“I go to David Lloyd’s for a swim, eat the right food and do extra gym as, for me, my priority is playing football and so I don’t want to do things towards the end of the week which could affect my game. I want to be the best I can be on a match day so everything is geared to that.
“Sometimes Ben Pearson, Andrew Hughes and myself play on the X-Box against each other from different houses. Ben Pearson is the best – he spends the longest on it!”
Ben would rather let his football do the talking than chat about himself but admits Alan brings out the best of him.
“Off the pitch, I am an indecisive person – as normally both my options are good ones.
“Alan will ring me up to do something and I will think ‘that will be good’ but I will also think ‘staying in will be good too’ so I tell him I want to stay in and then I ring back five minutes later and say I actually want to do it.
“He is dead patient with me and he never gets annoyed with me.”
There’s loads more from Ben in Tuesday’s edition of The One And Only, plus we have interviews with Sean St. Ledger, Craig Harrison, Louis Moult, Paul Huntington, Andrew Hughes and much, much more.
The 100-page edition of the official matchday programme is still just £3 and is on sale from Tuesday afternoon from the club’s Sir Tom Finney Stand ticket office and from the sellers inside and outside the ground on match night, so make sure you pick up your copy.