A young Arab was left in awe after new Dundee United striker Patrick N’Koyi asked HIM for an autograph.
Nairn Irvine went to the United club shop at the weekend to meet his side’s new player and defender William Edjenguele.
While the six-year-old was there, his parents treated him to a new away top and he had the number 9 and name of the Terror’s new man N’Koyi printed on the back – the first fan to do so.
Chuffed to see he had already gained a following in Dundee, the 27-year-old Congolese-Dutchman asked Nairn for a picture.
So Patrick then asked if he could take a picture of the top and asked the young lad for his autograph 👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/2cleW90mJH
— Dundee United FC (@dundeeunitedfc) July 1, 2017
He then asked the young fan to sign the image on his phone as a memento.
The young fan got the name printed for free and N’Koyi signed his shirt in return.
Nairn’s mum Claire said of the meeting: “To say he was excited is an understatement.
“He has done nothing but talk about the fact he got the chance to sign Patrick’s phone.”