A bronze statue of football legend George Best is set to be unveiled in Belfast this week.
The life sized statue will sit outside the Olympia Leisure Centre - just yards away from Windsor Park where Best played many games for Northern Ireland.
Funded by the public, the statue was created by Belfast sculptor Tony Currie of the Lecale Bronze art group and will be unveiled on Wednesday - what would have been George Best's 73rd birthday.
The statue captures the sporting icon's famed movement as he dribbles the ball.
Barbara McNarry, George Best's sister, has already given the statue her seal of approval, stating on Facebook it is "beautiful" and complimenting the sculptor on its realism.
Belfast Telegraph Digital