Kick It Out has called for Manchester United fans to stop a "racist" chant about striker Romelu Lukaku.
The 24-year-old arrived from Everton in the summer in a deal that could reach £90million and has quickly become a popular figure among supporters, netting seven goals in as many games.
Lukaku already has a chant in his honour but the song, to the tune of Stone Roses' Made of Stone, references the size of his penis, using a stereotype about black men that has led Kick It Out to call for action.
A spokesperson from the anti-discrimination body said:
Press Association Sport understands Kick It Out have yet to formally contact United about the matter, with the only contact being a brief exchange between the body and the club's Equality and Inclusion Officer.
A United spokesman told Press Association Sport:
United are seeking advice to determine whether the Lukaku chant is categorised as racism by the letter of the law.
Scott Patterson, a season ticket holder who runs the The Republik of Mancunia blog, called the chant "drivel that belongs in the 1980s".
Greater Manchester Police have confirmed to Press Association Sport they are not currently looking into the matter. There have not been any complaints to GMP as things stand.