Junior Morias was on hand to visit the Hampton Fun Day and meet over 80 youngsters participating in the sessions.

Peterborough United striker Junior Morias took time out of his rehabilitation from a thigh injury to visit over 80 youngsters at the Hampton Fun Day, taking the time to sign autographs and pose for pictures during his stay.

The youngsters were on day two of the Posh Foundation Fun Day and were all excited to meet the former St. Albans City front man, who is set for a long spell on the side-lines after rupturing his thigh in September.

Morias said: “I was really pleased to be able to visit the Fun Day and see so many football-mad youngsters enjoying the sessions. They all had smiles on their faces it was great to spend some time signing autographs and it was nice to see so many with Posh shirts on! I hope they have enjoyed their experience.”

Fun Days always run during the half-term holidays with sessions at March on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. For more information about the upcoming sessions, please click here https://www.theposh.com/news/2017/october/book-online-for-fun-days/