Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou has won over even more football fans after displaying his compassionate side at a club Q&A session.
Postecoglou - who was named Premier League Manager of the Month in August following wins over Manchester United and Bournemouth - ensured a Spurs supporter with Down syndrome was heard despite the MC of the event trying to bring proceedings to a close.
According to people who in attendance, the elated supporter waited patiently to be heard and became worried when it appeared the session would end before he could voice his query.
'Aussie Ange' saw him with his hand raised and ensured the Q&A didn't finish until he had his say.
'Hang on, one more question down the front, he's got the best question,' Postecoglou said as he interrupted the MC while he tried to wind things up.
The fan then asked how much his beloved team were going to win by against fierce rivals Arsenal this weekend.
'We will do our best, everyone involved at the football club,' the former Celtic boss said in response.
'My side, Robert's [Vilahamn] side, Beth [England] and Sonny [Heung-Min Son]. I think we have all said tonight, we understand what it means to all of you this football club and our role is to make you happy and proud every time we go out there, so that's what we'll try and do.'
The touching moment warmed the hearts of Spurs supporters, who are elated to be flying high in second spot - and unbeaten - after five Premier League fixtures.
'This is just superb [from Ange] all-round,' one fan posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.
'I'm so glad he's at our football club...A great manager and a wonderful human being,' said another.
'Spurs have a gem here and he seems to have transformed the mood of the club and the connectionRead on m.allfootballapp.com