An East Anglian charity is in line for a string of donations from Ipswich Town fans after goalkeeper Bartosz Białkowski signed a new contract with the club.
A group of Town supporters pledged to give money to the East Anglia's Children's Hospices if the Polish stopper agreed a new deal, which he duly did on Monday.
A fundraising page has been set up by fan Richard Hibbert who is calling on season ticket holders to all donate £1.
Ipswich and EACH have enjoyed a close relationship in recent years, with the charity's name currently on the back of the first team's kit.
Białkowski, 31, had attracted interest from other clubs following his fine form for Town in The Championship, but his new deal means he will now be staying at Portman Road until the summer of 2021.