Unpacking after moving house is not the easiest task at the best of times.
And for World Cup winner Jofra Archer, there's a little something missing in his new flat.
Archer bowled the super over in which England beat New Zealand to clinch their first men's World Cup title in front of a packed Lord's crowd.
England lifted the trophy and each player received a winner's medal as a momento of the day.
"Oh, jeez. So, the funny thing is..." pace bowler Archer said when asked by BBC Radio 5 Live where he keeps his medal.
"I have a portrait that someone did of me and sent to me, so I had the medal hanging on that.
"I moved flats, the picture has been put on a new wall but there's no medal.
"I've turned the house upside down for over a week, and still haven't managed to find it."
Archer said he would still keep looking for the medal, adding: "Trust me, there's nothing else to do in these conditions!"
Archer was recovering from a low-grade stress fracture in his right elbow when the coronavirus lockdown began in the UK.
Asked what he had been doing - other than searching for his medal - the 25-year-old said he was making the most of the situation
"To be honest with you, I'm having a blast," Archer added.
"I get to play Call of Duty as long as I want and I still get to train at home.
"I did play the cricket [video] game last week - I'll probably stick to CoD!"