One Touch is the skill that determines the footballers ability to predict and identify the intended target (by a pass, header or shot) while at the same time calculating/anticipating how to interact with the incoming ball in order to reach that target. One touch is therefore the attribute that increases chances of performing a good direct pass (by foot or head). A footballer that is highly skilled in the art of one touch play can perform direct passes just as good as they would have been able to do if he had received the ball first. This is a passing skill that is typical for a play-maker type of footballer where being able to direct passes is a big advantage. The one touch attribute is also used when the footballer tries to perform direct actions on goal such as direct shots or headers and can also therefore be a very useful skill for forwards. Keeper specific: Useful when trying to interact with the ball without the intention keeping it.