Nottingham Forest welcomed special guest Isaac Smith as the matchday mascot at Saturday's game against Wolves having teamed up with Rainbows Children's Hospice.
Five-year-old Isaac led the teams out at The City Ground alongside captain Matt Mills, supported by Isaac's dad Andy and sister Connie.
Isaac has spastic quadriplegia, the most severe form of cerebral palsy, after he suffered brain damage following complications during his birth.
Isaac can’t do anything independently and relies on around the clock care. He is unable to walk or talk and is visually impaired, but despite all the challenges he is a very happy boy and loves to smile and laugh.
Nottingham Forest teamed up with Rainbows Children’s Hospice to make it a special day for Isaac and his family.
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