John Giles, Liam Brady and Eamon Dunphy were back on TV again as a punditry trio this week.
They are covering some the Premier League games over the festive period with Premier Sports.
The trio had previously worked together as a panel on RTE from 1998 until 2016.
John joined Off The Ball as always on a Thursday and he told Richie McCormack that he had felt a little bit nervous.
"Well, it was three years since I was on [TV]. Actually, I was a bit nervous before the programme," he said.
"I think it worked out okay. From what I can hear, it got a good response which was good.
"But like I said, it was three-and-a-half years since I was doing it and definitely I was a little bit nervous. Once I got going I was okay. It was just the lead-up to it - I hadn't done this for a while."
Speaking of TV, John also shared a Paul McGrath anecdote. His fellow Ireland legend turned 60 this week, leading to a deluge of tributes.
John described him as a "terrific lad" before recalling the time he persuaded McGrath to join for a spot of TV punditry.
"A few years ago, I think Eamon and I were on," he said.
"He came in with a friend of his just to have a look around. And I said, 'Why don't you come on with us tonight?'
"He's a very shy lad and he said, 'I couldn't do that'. But I said, 'Look, Eamon and I are there, Bill [O'Herlihy]'s there, if you get stuck it will be okay'.
"He came on and he was brilliant. He's a very articulate lad and a very, very intelligent lad with a really good knowledge of the game."
You can also watch the full chat with John Giles below via our YouTube channel.