David Beckham has inducted fundraising legend Captain Sir Tom Moore into the FA's Lionhearts squad.
Moore became a national hero this year after raising more than £32m in recent months for NHS charities to help in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Now former England captain Beckham has visited the World War Two veteran at his Bedfordshire home to make him honorary skipper and first member of the Lionhearts squad.
The Lionhearts initiative was set up to pay homage to 23 inspirational individuals who have gone above and beyond the call of duty during this challenging time for the nation.
Following the postponement of Euro 2020, the FA have been keen to focus on heroes who have stepped in during our time of need.
Beckham, who won 115 caps for the Three Lions, met with the record-breaking centenarian to offer congratulations on his achievements - and formally honour him as a Lionheart on behalf of The FA.
Beckham said: "It was such an honour to meet Captain Sir Tom, and to thank him on behalf of the FA for his incredible fundraising achievement to support our NHS.
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"He really is a national hero and I can't think of anyone more deserving to captain the Lionhearts squad."
Captain Moore said: "I'm delighted to have been chosen to captain this incredibly special squad of Lionhearts. It was wonderful to meet and learn more about the initiative from David.
"I'm looking forward to sharing the inspirational stories of my team. Something the whole nation can be proud of."