These days we are always hearing about how all our footballers are earning far too much money and are such terrible role models for children everywhere. So it's always nice when we hear a good news story.
This week, Manchester United Superstar Wayne Rooney went back to his Primary School in Liverpool to spend the morning with a class of 6 and 7 year olds.
Headmistress Anne Teak said:
'Sportspeople have a moral responsibility to all youngsters, because they see these people and want to copy what they do. It's great Wayne has popped in to see the kids, they absolutely love him, even though he now plays for Manchester United.'
Wayne was so chuffed with the children that he even agreed to have a spelling test with them. He finished joint fourth as well, with six correct spellings out of ten!
Wayne said, 'I'm made up really. I struggled with Sosidge, luvlee, pensul and buckit, but I got CAT, DOG, ME, YOU, MONEY and CONTRACT.'