Bristol City help raise funds for Oskar's operation

6-year old Oskar who suffers from Cerebal Palsy is one of the clubs biggest fans Credit: ITV News

In just over two weeks time, Oskar Pycroft will once again lead out Bristol City - but this time at Wembley - for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final.

6-year old Oskar who suffers from Cerebal Palsy is one of the clubs biggest fans and his family are hoping this day will help raise money for a life-changing operation.

Bristol City have been helping the family raise £50,000 for the 6 year-old's operation. And this match in particular could help them reach their target.

The club have launched a scarf especially for the family, with all proceedings going towards their medical bills.

The Pycroft's will be hoping they can return the favour by providing bit of good luck against Walsall in a fortnight's time.