Nottingham Forest striker Ross McCormack delighted a young Forest fan by presenting him with a signed shirt for winning a Junior Reds' prize draw.
Nine-year-old Jack Lee-Brown won the opportunity to win a shirt signed and presented by a player of his choice after entering the draw within the Junior Reds' rewards booklet as part of his membership pack.
Jack, from Newark, met up with Ross at The Nottingham Building Society’s West Bridgford branch this afternoon to pick up his prize and meet his idol.
He said: “I felt really happy meeting Ross McCormack and when I had my photo taken with him outside The Nottingham Building Society I felt famous too because lots of people were watching.
“I love my signed shirt; I’m going to get it framed to go on my bedroom wall. Thank you to Ross for making me feel so happy. I’m very lucky.”
Jack is a season ticket holder at The City Ground, attending matches with his parents and two brothers, and his collection of reward stickers meant he was eligible for the prize draw.
The Nottingham have been supporters of The Reds via their Nottingham Forest Saver Account for more than 10 years.