Son Heung-min proved he is one of football's nicest guys during Spurs' lap of honour

Son Heung-min made an extra effort to spend time with his teammates' loved ones during Spurs' lap of honour

Son Heung-min has had another outstanding season.

Despite missing much of the start of the campaign, the South Korean forward has still managed to score 20 goals in 47 appearances.

He helped Tottenham to the Premier League top four and he could end the season with a Champions League medal.

While he's superb on the pitch, he's also pure class off it.

Son has previously been described as one of the nicest players in football.

And he showed exactly why he has that tag during Tottenham's lap of honour at New White Hart Lane on Sunday. 

Videos have gone viral of Son going round and spending time with his teammates and their children.

Watch it below:

What a guy. 

As you would have seen, while many of Tottenham player were with their families, on was walking around alone.

That's because the 26-year-old has vowed not to get married until after he hangs up his boots.

Son Heung-min celebrates Spurs reaching the Champions League final

“My father says this and I agree, as well,” Son said in an interview with the Guardian in March. “When you marry, the number one will be family, wife and kids, and then football.

"I want to make sure that while I play at the top level, football can be number one. You don’t know how long you can play at the top level.

"When you retire, or when you are 33 or 34, you can still have a long life with your family.”

Son was then told that most managers prefer their players to get married, but Son insisted it wasn't for him.

Son Heung-min has described as the 'nicest man in football'

“Yeah, because there are many opportunities to do things off the pitch, like drinking or something like this,” he says. “But I am not the type that likes doing this stuff.

“I just want to make sure I make everyone happy by playing at the top level. For example, when I play for Spurs at Wembley, how many Korean flags do you see?

"I want to keep my level as high as possible for as long as I can, to pay back to them. This is very important for me."

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