An 11-year-old Luton Town fan has put his hand into his own pocket to help out his favourite club.

Zac Neal decided to donate all his pocket money to the Hatters to help them deal with the financial crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

In the letter to the club, the fan young fan said his family were lifelong fans of the Kenilworth Road club - still owning two scarves from the 1988 Littlewoods Cup Final win against Arsenal.

Zac wrote that he wanted to do his bit for the team - by handing over the £63.75 he'd saved from his pocket money.

And the touching gesture almost brought famously tough frontman Mick Harford to tears. The Luton legend - who played in that famous cup win over Arsenal - tweeted:

Wow. Just received this, what an amazing gesture from Zac Neal a young LTFC fan. Brings a tear to my eye, so much appreciated by everyone at the club. https://twitter.com/hashtag/COYH?src=hashtag_click

Mick Harford

But Zac didn't stop there, he even suggested a number of fund-raising ideas - including a fan's zoom quiz, sponsored silence and a half marathon.

Zac wrote:

Dear Luton Town,

Zac Neal