Harry Kane has taken to social media to say thank you to a young fan for sending a letter and drawing to him.
The England captain and Spurs striker has said that he wants to tweet some of the mail he receives as a way of showing his gratitude.
"I'm lucky enough to get some great letters from fans all over the world," he said. "As a thank you I'm going tweet some that come through."
The star began by sharing a letter from six-year-old Ryan.
Alongside the letter, Harry wrote: "Hi Ryan thanks a lot for taking the time to send me a letter and the drawings! Pleased you enjoyed the World Cup and hopefully your parents will let you stay up to watch our Euro games! See you at the new stadium. Harry"
Ryan told Harry he was his favourite player and congratulated him on winning the golden boot in last year's World Cup.
He also said that when he's older, he wants to be like his idol.
Harry added: "Great drawing! When you're older you can achieve whatever you want to achieve with hard work so don't stop practicing! ⚽️⚽️⚽️ Harry"
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