Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has taken to Twitter to wish a young supporter well after he broke his collarbone playing football.
The Hoops striker has been in sensational form recently since coming back into the starting eleven.
Moussa Dembele’s injury paved the way for Griffiths to show his metal and he has certainly done that, netting twice in three matches including a goal against Rangers at Ibrox.
But the Celtic striker has also shown he has a kind heart after responding to a dejected father’s plea.
Paul Cairney Tweeted the Scotland international asking for a message of support for his son who broke his collarbone during his first eleven-a-sides match.
Griffiths replied as he said “Keep head up wee man, won’t be long before you’re back playing. ????
Keep head up wee man, won't be long before you're back playing. ???? https://t.co/Tol3ra5l8l
— LG9️⃣ (@Leighgriff09) May 16, 2017
Celtic take on Partick Thistle on Thursday evening as they look to end the season unbeaten with only Alan Archibald’s side and Hearts standing in the way.