DESPITE not playing a single match at the Euro 2016 tournament Northern Ireland striker Will Grigg received a rousing reception at the team's homecoming.
A video posted on YouTube shows players being called individually to the stage as delighted fans look on.
But it's when BBC Northern Ireland Sport presenter, Stephen Watson announces Grigg's name that the crown really go wild
Chants of Will Grigg's on Fire can be heard echoing from the Belsonic Fan Zone at the Titanic Belfast visitor centre where the homecoming was held on Monday.
The chant, an adaption of Freed From Desire by Gala, has been a hit throughout the tournament with Northern Irish fans.
It's popularity was prompted by Grigg's winning ways after he scored 25 goals last season for Wigan Athletic Football Club in England's third tier division, League 1.
The chant has been so popular that even ex-Manchester United striker Eric Cantona sang it in a video where he praises the behaviour of the Irish football supporters in France.
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Will Grigg was born in Solihull, in the English West Midlands but plays for the Northern Ireland football team.
He has made eight appearances for his national team since 2012 and scored one goal.
Grigg was selected to be part of Northern Ireland's 23-man squad for the Euro 2016 tournament but dids not played a single match.
Northern Ireland reached the last 16 of the tournament after finishing as one of the best third-placed teams in the qualifying round.
They lost 1-0 to Wales after Northern Ireland's defender, Gareth McAuley, scored an own goal on the 75th minute.