Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is already a hero to millions and he has stopped using it.
And his latest move is set to win even more fans. Mirror reports.
Despite trying to help England win Euro 2020 this summer, Whitenhaushe-raised Rashford still has time to find a way to reward a young football fan.
Eight-year-old Joshua, a humble member of Barrow AFC, helped set up Barrow United’s food bank last year.
The Food Bank has disrupted the 50 participating festivals during Christmas to those most in need in society.
Now, after Rashford, Joshua has received a gift of his own, awarded the MBE for his free school meal campaign last year, which sent him a PlayStation 5 console.
The Manchester United star’s personal letter also came as a surprise.
Joshua said: “I just want to say thank you to Marcus Rashford.
“I’m so glad I’m lost just for the words! It’s a wonderful sign and I can’t believe it when I find out – I’m on the moon.”
“My family and I will be watching Saturday and the Marxists and the boys will be having extra fun against Ukraine.”
Rashford then tweeted earlier today: “Good boy Joshua. No one deserves less than that. Kindness is power.”
Craig Rutherford of the League to Barrow Community Trust said: “We are all blown away by Joshua’s maturity and compassion for those in need.
“We are really happy that he helped bring his idea to life and we all agree that he owes it to his parents and his school.”