WOLVES star Adama Traore made some young fans' day when he raced them in a car park.
The clip has gone viral on social media amassing 670,000 views.
Traore stopped for a photo outside supermarket Sainsbury's before he was challenged to a sprint across the car park.
And he didn't let the young Wolves fans down lining up on the start line racing to the 'blue car'.
Traore is known for terrifying Premier League defenders with his pace and there was no time for anymore niceties as despite not reaching full speed he won comfortably.
The kids loved it shouting "Yes Adama" as they try to catch up.
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One of the boys' father uploaded the video to Twitter with the caption: "When my lad & his cousins challenge Adama to a race! What a down to earth top man!"
Traore has been praised by many online for taking time out his day to give some supporters a moment they will never forget.
One said: "This made me smile."
Another commented: "Nice one Adama Traore son! You're a top bloke."
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The Spain international and former Barcelona star is now even more popular amongst the Wolves faithful, one stated: "Man I love Adama."
With the club struggling in the Premier League sitting 19th in the table having also sacked manager Bruno Lage scoring just five goals all season – many were happy to see something good about the team.
A fan reacted: "The only positive media to come out of Wolves since I can remember."
Wolves travel to Brentford on Saturday looking to respond from their 0-4 home defeat to Leicester.
But Traore has given a few fans something to be happy about as another stated: "Fair play to Adama, what a great thing to do, that's a memory right there."
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