Young Chelsea prospect Ola Aina has sent a large amount of football boots and gear to less privileged people in Nigeria.
In a heartwarming gesture from the 19-year-old, he posted an image of himself posing alongside a bag full of balls and boots.
Alongside the photo he wrote: “All my old boots, balls and kits being shipped off to the motherland this morning to the less fortunate.”
Sponsored by sportswear giants Adidas, Aina was able to send over the dozens of new boots he has acquired over his promising career to the disadvantaged.
He will be hoping that his kind donation can bring a smile to the faces of the locals in Lagos.
Aina is eligible to play for Nigeria due to his heritage and he’s clearly keen to encourage more people from the country to play football.
Despite his Nigerian roots, Aina has represented England from Under-16 level right through to the Under-19s, for whom he still represents.
He is one of the hottest prospects in the Chelsea academy and has been tipped to be one of the next to follow Ruben Loftus-Cheek into the first-team.