Fulham midfielder Kevin McDonald has shared an update on Instagram after receiving a birthday present that Whites’ fans will surely approve of.
On his 31st birthday, the Scot received a large framed photo depicting the moment himself and club captain Tom Cairney lifted the play-off trophy at Wembley back in the summer of 2018, after beating Aston Villa in the final.
He shared a photograph of his gift on his Instagram story a long with a series of loving emotions and it will no doubt take pride of place in his home.
Should Kevin McDonald be starting more games for Fulham?
McDonald made 42 appearances in the season that promotion back to the Premier League was achieved, scoring three goals along the way, but he has since fallen out of favour at Craven Cottage.
He got just 15 outings in the Premier League as they were emphatically relegated straight back to the second tier, with just three Championship appearances to his name under Scott Parker as well.
As things stand, Fulham sit in eighth place with 15 games played, two points behind Bristol City, who currently occupy the final place in the play-offs.
A 3-0 defeat to Hull City at Craven Cottage was most unwelcome and made it two games without a win for the Whites, giving this weekend’s trip to Birmingham all the more meaning.
I am sure that this will please Fulham fans no end.
McDonald may be somewhat out of the picture at the moment, but fans will love any player who really takes their club to their heart and that is clearly what McDonald has done.