Love Island 's Marvin Brooks has been labelled the "biggest game player" by his rival Dennon Lewis.
Maura Higgins was torn between Marvin and Dennon but decided to couple up with the former.
Footballer Dennon is convinced that Marvin targeted Maura and used her to get into the main villa.
And he insists that nearly everyone else saw the same worrying signs – but Maura is unaware that she is part of Marvin's "game".
Speaking to Mirror Online about the biggest game player, Dennon said: "Of course I think it’s Marvin. I'm not the only one. Pretty much everyone said the same thing as I think. It’s not just a one way street.
"What I don’t want is for people to think I’m just digging out Marvin. Everyone said the same thing. We all saw what was going on."
"I think he knew maybe he wasn’t going to get Anna. Then he kind of came for Maura because she was a single girl and he wanted to get in the villa as that’s the aim of the game."
Dennon believes "one billion percent" that Marvin targeted Maura, but the pair seem fairly happy in their relationship at the moment.
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Dennon defended his approach to wooing Maura, who claimed he was not serious enough.
He said: "In the short space of time you’re expected to get to now someone in the villa. You want someone who makes you laugh and smile, you don’t have to be serious 24/7.
"For me I’m a jokey person so I thought that was the right thing to do.
"She wanted me to ask her questions about her family. To be fair we did have serious conversations that the viewers didn’t see. It's not like I didn't have a serious conversation with her."
With hindsight, Dennon would have branched out more to Amber Gill and Lucie Donlan.
He grew very close to Amber in Casa Amor but their relationship wasn't really shown on screen.
On their relationship, Michael said: "Me and Amber got very close. As a friendship. Obviously there was the situation with her and Michael, who we thought were very strong.
"If things were different maybe we would have coupled up or something. We had a strong relationship and we kind of grew a friendship from it."
He added: "With Amber I was with her pretty much 90% of the time. We were very close in the villa."
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2
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