HUNDREDS of football fans packed out Huddersfield Town Hall for an audience with Andy Booth.
Yesterday's event was part of the Town legend's testimonial year.
Speaking just before going on stage for a Parkinson-style question and answer session, he said: "I've done some corporate things this year, but this is an event for all the family.
"The fans have been brilliant for me all through my career, which has been a big help."
And two young Town fans got to meet their hero backstage beforehand.
Danny Phillips, aged four, from Shelley came to the event with his mum Sally and grandmother Judyth Crowther.
Sally paid tribute to Booth. She said: "He's been a great player for the club for a long time.
"He always gives 100 per cent, which is what Yorkshire folk are like."
Benjamin Golding-Sebitla also got to meet Booth.
The seven-year-old from Crosland Moor said: "I think he's wicked because he's got great skills."
Booth was joined on stage by Town players past and present.
Gary Taylor-Fletcher, Nathan Clarke and skipper Jon Worthington all paid tribute to the Town stalwart, as did former team-mates Jon Dyson and Kieran O'Regan. Home FM's Paul Clark compered the event.
After questions from the floor, fans had their picture taken with the legendary striker and one of his shirts was raffled off.
Booth, whose testimonial is being sponsored by Yorkshire Bank, has already had a successful match, golf day and dinner in his honour, with more events planned up until June.