A PIECE of Huddersfield's sporting history is up for auction.
Bids are being taken for the shirt in which fans' favourite Andy Booth scored his 100th goal for Town.
The blue and white striped No23 has been signed by the homegrown legend and is framed, featuring a picture of Booth becoming only the fifth player ever to reach a century of goals for the club.
That was after 16 minutes against Cheltenham in a 1-1 draw at Whaddon Road on May 8, 2004 - the final match of the regular season - which preceded the club's promotion through the play-offs.
The shirt is being auctioned by Booth's testimonial committee and the lucky bidder will be revealed at a sold-out Spring Ball to be held at Bertie's Banqueting Rooms in Elland on Saturday, April 21.
Fans wanting to make a bid can send offers to: Shirt Auction, Boothy Testimonial, International House, Fenay Bridge, Huddersfield, HD8 0LE.
Closing date for submitted bids is Thursday, April 19.
"The shirt will be part of the auction at the Spring Ball on the 21st, but with it being such an important part of the club's history we felt it was only right to open up bids to the full Town supporter base," said Graham Nelson, of the testimonial committee.
"The sealed bids will go in with those we receive from guests on the night and the person who makes the highest pledge will get themselves a unique piece of sporting memorabilia."
The 33-year-old Booth now has 133 goals in Town colours to stand third in the all-time list behind George Brown (158 goals) and Jimmy Glazzard (154).
Billy Smith, with 126, and Les Massie (108) are the only other men to reach three figures in the club's 99-year history.