Callum Hynes is living the dream right now.
Hynes, 15, hit the headlines earlier this week for his part in Tottenham's Champions League comeback against Olympiacos.
After going 2-0 down, the youngster played a huge role in Spurs' equaliser.
Hynes was working as a ballboy and it was his quick reactions that led to Harry Kane's first goal.
Jose Mourinho immediately congratulated him as Spurs celebrated the goal.
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Mourinho was also complimentary of Hynes after the game and wanted him to celebrates with his players in the dressing room.
However, Hynes had already gone home as he an exam the next morning.
But Mourinho has been able to reward the youngster by making sure he has lunch with the players ahead of the club's game against Bournemouth on Saturday.
"He comes for lunch, for a pre-match meal with the boys," said the Spurs boss in his Friday press conference.
"Happy days for the kid and hopefully we gave him amazing memories for the rest of his life, so beautiful for him."
Pure class from Mourinho.
Hynes, who has worked as a ball boy at Spurs for six years, said earlier this week that his Mourinho's actions has 'made his life.'
“It’s all a bit surreal,” said Callum of the incident, per Tottenham's official website. “I was just doing my job and I still can’t quite believe what happened.
“I didn’t even see the goal! I was busy getting the ball that had come off (after Masouras tackled Serge) and then I heard the cheer. I turned around and Harry was celebrating.
“I looked at the replay on the screen and watched exactly what happened. You can see from my smile it was just unbelievable. Jose didn’t have to do that.
"It was really nice of him to come over to me. It’s made my day, my life, really! I love Spurs and it was an amazing moment I’ll never forget.”News Now - Sport News