Big hearted, or hibbed, Leigh Griffiths has sent a good luck message to a crocked young footballer.
Hoops fan Paul Carney posted a picture of his son in tears with a broken collarbone after his first 11-a-side match.
As quickly as he turns on a half chance in the penalty box Griffiths sent a good luck message back to the young footballer.
Keep head up wee man, won’t be long before you’re back playing. ???????????????? https://t.co/Tol3ra5l8l
— LG9?? (@Leighgriff09) May 16, 2017
— paul cairney (@weelegs1) May 16, 2017
Griffiths’ generosity on social media has become legendary with the striker keen to engage with fans and offer his support to many good causes.
Earlier this season one young fan ended up with a pair of boots after his dad had contacted the striker to find out where to buy similar boots.
On Thursday night Griffiths will turn his attention back to playing the game as Celtic attempt to complete their away programme in the SPFL unbeaten.
A trip across Glasgow to Firhill will see the bhoys return to the venue where they clinched the 2014 SPFL title- Griffiths first as a Celtic player.