There’s always one, isn’t there?

That person who believes their music taste is so superior to everyone else’s that it is all you’re allowed to listen to.

So who is the player pumping out the tunes in the Arsenal dressing room as the team gets ready for a match?

Speaking to British GQ, Hector Bellerin spilled the beans – it’s the Ox.

I guess given the time he’s spending on the bench, he has plenty of time to ensure his playlists are up to date.

“There’s always, the Ox always plays music, some RnB, some hip hop, he throws a bit of house, he’s the main DJ in the dressing room,” Bellerin said, before naming the Ox as the second best dressed player in the Arsenal side.

BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 07: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain of Arsenal (R) celebrates with Hector Bellerin as he scores their second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between A.F.C. Bournemouth and Arsenal at the Vitality Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Bournemouth, England. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)
BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 07: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain of Arsenal (R) celebrates with Hector Bellerin as he scores their second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between A.F.C. Bournemouth and Arsenal at the Vitality Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Bournemouth, England. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

The first? Hector himself who, at just 21, is already worrying about getting older and fat.

“I think I’m a lucky guy, I can eat what I want and won’t really have problems being fat but as I’m getting older I need to watch out.

“Yeah, I’m 21 but it’s not the same as when you’re 16.

“I’m watching that a bit more, eating a much better now, coconut milk high, not having any dairy.”

Hector also spoke about how he managed to become even faster and also revealed that he doesn’t have any match-day superstitions by explaining his pre-game ritual.

“I’m not the kind of guy who always does the same things.

“I always put my right boot before my left boot, my right shin pad before the left.

“I’m not really superstitious, but there’s little things I keep doing the same way.

“I mean there is a guy on my team who always drives to the game the same way, even if there’s traffic, but I think that’s too much. I’m not going to name names.

“[If I didn’t do it] I’d probably forget about it by the time I get on the pitch but I’d be negative at the beginning, but that would never happen.

“Never happen.”

Yep, no superstitions for Hector whatsoever.