Bradley Dack was delighted to see so many smiling faces at the Blackburn Rovers Open Day on Tuesday.
The club opened its doors to the supporters, who turned out in their numbers to watch the players be put through their paces on the Ewood Park pitch.
The first team squad then headed over to the Blackburn Rovers Community Trust Family Stand to sign autographs and pose for photos with the excited youngsters, who are enjoying their school holidays.
The former Gillingham forward then continued to draw in the crowds as he served customers in the Roverstore, where he was joined by fellow summer signing Dominic Samuel.
“It is great for all the players to meet the children whilst they are all off school and all the other supporters that attended today’s Open Day," said the 23-year-old.
“We haven’t made the strongest start to the season, so it is good that the club is on a high once again after today and the event went extremely well.
“It is always nice when the young supporters look up to you and it is important to be a role model.
“It is brilliant to see the club host an event such as this and the Community Trust has got involved too.
"They came in their numbers to watch training and it is important to see so many supporters behind the team.”