ANOTHER top footballer has given the shirt off his back for the Huddersfield In Harmony appeal.
Ex-Town star Jonathan Stead followed the lead of Marcus Stewart to hand over a matchday garment.
Now it could be yours - if you're willing to make a three-figure donation to the tsunami victims!
Jonathan's shirt is extra special because it's from last week's England Under 21 game against Holland.
A secret bidder snapped up Marcus Stewart's muddy Sunderland shirt earlier this month.
The highest bidder is keeping his or her identity quiet - the shirt has been bought for a lucky Town fan's surprise birthday present.
Jonsted Garages at Brockholes secured both football shirts.
Jonathan Sykes of the garage said: "Jonathan's
an Upperthong lad and he saw Marcus's shirt auctioned in the Examiner.
"So he decided to donate his own. He's signed it, too.
"He deserves a lot of credit for handing it over - it'll be a prized possession to him."
Jonsted Garages sponsored Jonathan's kit when he was at Town.
Jonathan explains: "The garage is called Jonsted because I'm Jon and my dad is Ted.
"With a name like ours, how could the business not sponsor Jon Stead?"
As with Marcus Stewart's shirt, bids of more than £100 are now being taken.
Put your offer on paper or in an email and send it to Jenny Parkin at the Examiner.
The address is Queen Street South, Huddersfield, HD1 2TD, or email@example.com
Send your offer by a week today.
Money will go towards the Huddersfield In Harmony appeal to help the tsunami victims.
The fundraising drive includes a huge raffle and a charity concert at Huddersfield Town Hall on February 27.