Marcus Rashford has reserved two match tickets for an NHS worker with the duo expected to be at Old Trafford when football resumes.
Twitter user Josh Howes in a picture together with his wife tweeted the England international with a message to enquire over his recovery from a back injury.
"I miss football!!!! @MarcusRashford how's the recovery going???. Wishing you well man. Literally can't wait to see you rip it up again!
"Me and the wife can get some tickets for O.T [Old Trafford] and we can stop having to wear this nonsense for 13 hours a day! #NHSCovidHeroes #NHSworkers," The tweet noted.
Rashford reply which has generated a lot of praise from his fans noted: "I've got two tickets reserved for you mate. Looking forward to celebrating the real superstars around here.
"I'll be in touch when we are back up and running. Thank you for everything you're doing man."
Rashford's charitable efforts have been notable during the Premier League shutdown, with his online promotion helping to drive donations that allowed anti-hunger and food waste charity FareShare to reach almost one million children across the United Kingdom last week.
I miss football !!!! @MarcusRashford how’s the recovery going ??? Wishing you well man. Literally can’t wait to see you rip it up again!🤞🤞me and the wife can get some tickets for O.T and We can stop having to wear this nonsense for 13 hours a day! #NHSCovidHeroes #NHSworkers pic.twitter.com/UlTjdvHyzQ— josh howes (@joshhowes3) April 15, 2020