We've all run around in the playground pretending to be our heroes: Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Maradona, Pele, David Dunn - but one enterprising six-year-old decided to go one better: he wanted to actually play with his favourite striker.
Oscar Loukianos thus wrote a letter to the Spurs and England star Harry Kane in his best handwriting seeing if he might be free for a kickabout at his house this Friday. His brother Andrew then tweeted a picture of it to Harry - and the goalscoring hero replied.
Sadly, Oscar had not really considered that Harry might already be busy - he is expected to play against Estonia for the Three Lions at Wembley on Friday night - but he did say that he would ask Roy Hodgson. So, perhaps it's not out of the question after all; he might get a tougher game in Oscar's back garden than against the Group E strugglers.
Meanwhile, one Twitter wag suggested that the tweet may have come from another source. After all, Wayne doesn't really like playing on his own up front...