Endurance runner Robert Kelly has set himself a season-long challenge – to run to 10 Town away games.
Robert, 35, will run to one game a month between now and the end of the season.
He will finish with his longest test, the 167 miles to Watford on the last day of the campaign.
Dad-of-two Robert, of Honley, will raise money for Town’s Keep it Up campaign, which splits money between the club’s Academy and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Robert, who organised last month’s Honley 10k, said: “I run a lot anyway and I wanted to combine my hobby with fundraising.
“I have no idea how much I will raise. I just hope people will support me.”
Robert, who has a wife Victoria, 28, a son West, aged five, and a daughter Francesca, eight, has already started his monthly challenge.
He ran to Barnsley last Saturday and will head to Blackburn (38 miles) on September 21.
He will then go to Leicester in October (85 miles), Sheffield Wednesday in November (22 miles), Bolton in December (36 miles), Burnley in January (28 miles), Leeds in February (18 miles), Doncaster in March (33 miles), Derby in April (60 miles) and Watford on May 3.
Robert, an energy meter installer, completed his 16-mile run to Barnsley in 2hr 40min but had knee pain just two miles in.
He puts that down to the after-effects of a 52-mile endurance run two weeks before.
He took part in the overnight Hell on the Humber event where runners go backwards and forwards across the Humber Bridge.
Robert, who will make most of his runs alone, only took up running two years ago.
He quit drinking and smoking and decided to get fit.
“I started on the treadmill at the gym but soon got bored with that,” he said. “I now do a lot of fell running and probably run 30 to 35 miles a week.”
Robert describes himself as an “armchair Town fan” and said: “I get to games when I can afford to.
“This is a pretty extreme way of getting to watch some Town matches!”
Anyone who wants to sponsor Robert can go to www.justgiving.com/The10matchchallenge