Ian Poulter has got his kit off for the cameras - and says we haven't seen the best from him yet.
In an exclusive and much talked about interview with Today's Golfer's sister magazine Golf World ultra-confident Poults also believes that when he does play to his full potential, "it will just be me and Tiger".
The Brit, who is on the verge of breaking into the world's top 20, made the comments in an exclusive interview in the latest issue of Golf World magazine.
He added: "The trouble is I don't rate anyone else," said the extrovert Englishman. "Don't get me wrong, I respect everyone who is a professional.
"But the problem is I haven't played to my full potential yet. And when that happens it will just be me and Tiger."
Woods has 13 majors and 85 career titles to his name, while Poulter has won seven tournaments.
The pair will both be competing at the Dubai Desert Classic, which starts on Thursday.