Jay Beatty may be only 11, but the young Celtic superfan has just won the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) Goal of the Month for January.
Little Jay - who has Down syndrome - first made headlines when then-Celtic striker Georgios Samaras plucked him out of the crowd to join in the festivities during the club's title celebrations in 2014.
Jay then got the chance to take a penalty during the half-time period of a Celtic match against Hamilton on Jan 17, and he duly executed his spot kick with style (watch from the 2:10 mark in the video below).
That effort was nominated for the SPFL's monthly competition, which Jay won with a record 97 per cent of the fans' votes, the SPFL said on its website.
Big-hearted Samaras - now playing in Saudi Arabia - took the time to record a video message for Jay, telling him that he'd won while saying: "Great job, I miss you and I love you."
Jay himself was elated at hearing the news of his victory.
His father Martin thanked the fans whose votes helped make Jay's day: "Not many of us get to live our dreams and Jay is getting to live all our dreams.
"Thank you to everyone for making this possible - we are so grateful and proud."