GARY NEVILLE revealed Wayne Rooney nicknamed him 'T-Bag' and performed an impression of the Prison Break villain.
The Manchester United legend made the revelation on the latest episode of his Sky Sports series The Overlap, which starred West Ham's Declan Rice.
Rice revealed his favourite TV series was Prison Break – which sparked a hilarious reaction from Neville.
He said: "You're gonna come up with the joke abut me now, aren't you? Do you know they call me T-Bag?"
Neville, 46, added: "Yeah, Rooney called me that for years."
Derby boss Rooney, 26, later tweeted: "We call @GNev2 T-Bag because he is a ringer of T-Bag in Prison Break. For everyone asking."
Rice, 23, told Neville: "Do you know what? He's a great character, though. He's a great character."
The England international later in the episode talked about being a boyhood Chelsea fan as a youngster.
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He said: "Yeah, growing up the whole family was Chelsea."
Neville then asked: "How does that go down with West Ham fans? Do you just keep it quiet?"
But Rice replied: "I feel like it's out there, everyone knows, it's well documented.
"But I feel like when you play for a club like West Ham you become really affiliated to it, and there's part of me now – and my family as well – that is a massive West Ham fan."
Rice has been linked with the likes of United, City and Chelsea but admitted he wants to stay close to his London home.
He said: "Yeah, I'm here all the time. I've always wanted to stay close to this place, I feel like I don't want to lose my roots."
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