An England supporter has driven his battered red van all the way to Ukraine to follow the Three Lions at Euro 2012.
Andrew Jolly, 45, drove from his home in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, to Donetsk - where England played their first Group D match against France - clocking up an impressive 3,000 miles on the four day trip.
If Roy Hodgson's side get to the European Championship final on July 1 he could end up driving over 6,000 miles in total.
Mr Jolly took the Eurotunnel to Calais before passing through France, Belgium, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia and across Ukraine, sleeping in the van most nights.
He said the eastern European leg of his trip was the worst, after being sold watered-down fuel, damaging his van's suspension by driving over giant potholes and having a wheel fall off.
The married father-of-fourwas left with a £120 repair bill after buying fuel that contained water, which prevented his van from starting and his spare wheel fell off when he was in Kiev. Fortunately it was picked up by an onlooking hotel porter who shouted at him to stop.