WOUT WEGHORST proved he is a top dad as he drove into training with an adorable picture on his dashboard.
The on-loan Dutch striker, 30, was pictured heading into Carrington on Tuesday in his Range Rover.
But he arrived with an extra accessory inside the luxury motor.
On the dashboard in front of the wheel, a piece of paper took pride of place with a crab and a starfish beautifully coloured in.
The artistic effort was no doubt done by one of his daughters – either four-year-old Juul or Lucie Mary Jo, who turns three in April.
Although it is unlikely to have been done by baby Daantje, who was only born in August.
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And proud dad Weghorst wanted to give their effort a public showing by placing it in full view of the cameras at Carrington.
The Burnley striker, who is at Old Trafford for the second half of the season, won the first trophy of his career in Sunday's Carabao Cup final.
He started in attack as goals from Casemiro and Marcus Rashford were enough for United to beat Newcastle at Wembley.
Weghorst, who came close to finding the net, said: "Still a bit unlucky with that, with the goals. It was a nice save.
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"But hey, I've scored a lot of goals in the past and never won a single trophy. I sign straight for less goals and more trophies."
But there was little time for celebrations for Erik ten Hag's side with an FA Cup fifth-round clash with West Ham tomorrow.
The Red Devils welcome the Hammers to Old Trafford knowing victory would put them in the quarter-finals.
United are still in the Premier League title race, too, and know a win at Liverpool on Sunday would be a major boost.
And an incredible quadruple could still remarkably be on with United drawn against Real Betis in the last 16 of the Europa League.
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