Robbie Williams has continued his Ange Postecoglou love-in on social media.
The global superstar has taken to Instagram to share a thoughtful gift he received from Tottenham.
Recently, the English singer-songwriter went viral for singing a new version of his greatest hit 'Angels', inspired by Postecoglou's flying start to life at the Premier League club.
Customised by a Spurs supporter, Williams decided to give the revamped song a whirl.
The lyrics for the chorus are: "And through it all, we'll play the way we want to, with big Ange Postecoglou, whether I'm right or wrong.
"It's Big Ange-ball, so you can keep your Pochettino, Conte and Mourinho, and even Christian Gross.
"Cos everywhere we go, I'm loving Big Ange instead."
And with Williams now admitting to being a Spurs fan off the back of the tune, it would appear the North London club have responded in kind.
Williams posted an unboxing of several personalised Spurs jerseys for himself, his wife Ayda Field, and their kids.
Sharing the moment with his fans, he said: "I know who this is from because I've just read it, it's got a cockerel on it but I am actually excited."
He then revealed a Spurs home top with 'Williams 3' on the back.
He signed off the video by saying: "That's very sweet of you Spurs, come on you Spurs, it's big Ange-ball!"
The clip went viral with the Australian even quizzed about it in a pre-match press conference last week.
The ex-Celtic boss responded: "That is one of the most backhanded, sort of underwhelming compliments I have ever had. 'You've had some unbelievably fantastic managers, big names, successful, and then there's you Ange.'
"And then have I ever heard of Robbie Williams? Where have I been living mate? Seriously? I love Robbie Williams, I think he's brilliant, a great entertainer.
"He made a song, brilliant, I think it came off the back of one of our supporters. It's great, the alternative is they make up songs about you that are less than complimentary so I will take it for what it is.
"But thanks mate, I will just float out of here feeling good about myself."