SWINDON'S singing centre-back has wowed fans with another cover of a popular song on social media - this time from within a recording studio. 

New signing Udoka 'Dokes' Godwin-Malife joined the Robins in July from fellow League Two club Forest Green Rovers. 

He was due to make his debut in the game against Colchester on August 5, but after the rain forced the game to be cancelled it was the defender's changing-room antics that made headlines. 

As part of an initiation filmed and put onto social media by club captain Charlie Austin, the footballer wowed his teammates with a pitch-perfect rendition of John Legend's 'All of Me'. 

Swindon Advertiser: Udoka Godwin-Malife belting out a John Legend songUdoka Godwin-Malife belting out a John Legend song (Image: Twitter)

The post eventually went viral, with tens of thousands of people praising the young man's voice and joking that he should pack football in and become a singer. 

The singer of the original song, John Legend himself, was also clearly impressed after reposting the well-viewed video on his own Instagram page. 

But, an update shared by Udoka Godwin-Malife on his TikTok account may serve as a warning that people should be careful what they wish for as that's exactly what he's done. 

In the post on the social media platform, 'Dokes' wrote: "First time in a studio, let me know what you guys think."

It is accompanied by a video of him wearing headphones and standing in from of a microphone before he breaks into a cover of powerhouse singer Lewis Capaldi's smash-hit 'Bruises'. 

It seems he proved he wasn't a one-hit wonder with the performance as dozens of members of the public rushed to the comment section to leave praise. 

@iamdokes First time in a studio, let me know what you guys think #fyp #coversong #football ♬ Bruises - Lewis Capaldi

One person said: "Sick on the pitch and sick on the mic. Keep up the good work brother."

Another added: "Oh, my god, Dokes this is incredible, would love to hear the whole song."

It is not yet known why he was inside a recording studio and singing a Lewis Capaldi song, but a source close to the club told the Adver that the player received multiple calls from record labels following his breakout video success.

Meanwhile, on the pitch, Godwin-Malife is well on his way to becoming a club favourite after two top-tier performances in his cup debut against Peterborough United which the Robins lost on penalties after a 1-1 draw and his league debut against Crewe that ended 2-2, during which he also scored. 

Speaking to the BBC after the video was released he said it had been a 'crazy week'