Celtic Superfan Jay Beatty, the Lurgan lad with Downs Syndrome who captured the hearts of thousands with his exploits with the club, is to be a guest of honour at the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year.
The 11-year-old has been especially invited to the awards in Belfast on Sunday, the Lurgan Mail is reporting.
Jay was plucked from the crowd by his hero Georgios Samaras during celebrations of Celtic's league win last year.
He came to prominence when a video of him celebrating a Samaras goal in the World Cup went viral.
He then went on to win Scottish football's goal of the month award in a public vote for a penalty he scored during half-time in Celtic's 2-0 win over Hamilton in January.
He also recently met Paolo Nutini and spent time with the singer before he performed in Glasgow.
And the Greek nation played tribute to his achievements honouring the Lurgan lad at its Sports Personality of the Year awards.
The boy's parents set up the organisation Downs & Proud to help educate parents of children with Downs Syndrome.
And in June, Jay was the overall winner at the Sunday Life Spirit of Northern Ireland awards.
His rollercoaster past couple of years is sure to end in style when he rubs shoulders with the biggest names in sport at Sunday's awards bash.
A host of top celebs turned out to honour our everyday heroes at the Sunday Life Spirit of Northern Ireland Awards 2015 with Specsavers. The gala ceremony saw Louis Walsh join Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody and stars from Game of Thrones, Emmerdale, Coronation Street and the world of sport at the Culloden Hotel in Holywood. Pick up tomorrow's Sunday Life for full coverage of our winners, nominees and the stars that made it a night to remember. You can also see UTV's one-hour special programme of the event on June 19 at 9pm.