Tom Holland mistook an ice pack for his phone.

The 'Spider: Man Homecoming' actor was left dazed and confused when he woke from anaesthetic after having a wisdom tooth removed, and his friend, Harrison Osterfield, and younger brother Sam Holland filmed his hilarious reaction.

The 21-year-old star appeared shaky and struggled to sit up before grabbing the ice, thinking it was his cell phone and 'answered' it.

He said: ''You... You... Hello.''

Although the actor plays Peter Parker, one of the smartest characters in both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the comic books, Tom quipped he feels ''1/4 less wise'' after the routine operation.

He captioned the video: ''Thanks lads for looking after me @hazosterfield @samholland1999! I feel 1/4 less wise haha (sic)''

Tom debuted as the webslinger in 'Captain America: Civil War' and in 2017 he had his first standalone movie as Peter Parker/Spider-Man.

'Spider-Man: Homecoming' - which was helmed by Jon Watts - marks the first time Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have worked together on the fan favourite superhero after Marvel sold the rights in 1985 for $225,000.

Tom is the most recent actor to don the superhero suit, following in the footsteps of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire, who have played the character in the past.

One of the webslinger's key superpowers is his 'spider-sense', which allows him super-reflexes and to anticipate attacks, and in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming', this special ability was absent but Watts admitted it could be something that can be developed in future films.

Tom is currently filming 'Chaos Walking' and is set to reprise his role as the webslinger in 'Avengers: Infinity War'.