He’s already nailed his former boss Tony Pulis on Twitter and followed up with an impression of Mr Burns from The Simpsons.
But he’s keeping his next act up his sleeve for now while he works on it.
Explaining how the impressions came about, he says: “A few of the old boys like Liam (Lawrence), Danny (Higginbotham) and Rory (Delap) got involved and then all of a sudden a few of the boys were, like, if you can do impressions, and I have been known to do a few in my time.
“I thought if it puts a few smiles on a few people’s faces, and gets people thinking about the old times we had together and how much we enjoyed it, why not?
“It’s just a bit of banter between old mates. I didn’t want it to be a mickey take, not with the amount of respect I have for Tony Pulis and what he did for me in my career.
“He gave me my chance in football, so it was nothing to be taken that way, it’s just something I thought would be a bit of a laugh, a brighter note considering what’s going on around the country at the minute.
“I’m glad it’s made a few people have a chuckle.
“It’s just something to brighten up people’s days when people are sitting inside their house at the minute. Just a bit of a laugh really.”
Asked by BBC Radio Stoke’s Matt Sandoz if there were more impressions to come, he added: “There might be a few up my sleeve that I might dish out, but I’m not going to name them yet.
“If people can have a smile, then I’ve done my job.
“I’m just one of them that likes to have a laugh around the place when there’s a chance to.
“But obviously when it gets down to the training and the games, I’m probably one of the most serious.”
And On a far more serious note, Dickinson admits he is in the dark over his future as he approaches the end of his contract at Yeovil.
“I’m not sure what’s going to be happening over the next weeks/months.
“I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t worried about what might could happen at the end of the day, but it’s out of my hands at the minute and I’ve just got to take it day-by-day and keep myself as fit as I can.”