Retired sprint idol Usain Bolt was evidently delighted with his invitation to Old Trafford as he rubbed shoulders with Manchester United legends on Saturday.
The Jamaican track star bowed out of athletics this month following the World Championships at London Stadium, where he relinquished his 100m title to Justin Gailin.
Bolt, however, remains the fastest man ever to have run the distance, holding world records at 100m and 200m that no rival has so far looked close to beating.
And the confirmed United fan proved he was enjoying life away from the track on Saturday as he took in the Old Trafford atmosphere prior to kick-off against Leicester City.
Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton both pitched in to show Bolt around the club, while he also got his hands on United's Europa League and League Cup trophies.
Bolt then took up his place in the stands, where he was an animated presence even before a ball was kicked!
Having made no secret of his desire to go into professional football following retirement, could Bolt one day find his way onto the Old Trafford pitch? He would certainly be the nightmare of any full-back haring down the wing!