Scottish club sends brilliant reply to seven-year-old who applied for vacant manager job
If this seven-year-old's letter to Inverness Caledonian Thistle doesn't brighten up your day, you might want to consult your GP about that lump of coal in your chest cavity.
The Scottish Premiership side are without a manager following the departure of John Hughes at the end of the season.
With the search for a new boss continuing, seven-year-old die-hard Inverness fan Ewen MacKenzie decided to throw his hat into the ring. The schoolboy sent his beloved club a handwritten letter applying for the role.
We know what you're thinking, Ewen's school commitments would mean that he would be unable give the job the attention it deserves. Well, as he explained in the letter, he should be able to manage the extra workload 'as long as the players chip in and help me with my homework'.
Unfortunately, Inverness were unable to look past Ewen's school commitments, but the club made sure to respond to his application by offering some words of encouragement for the young man.
Keep trying Ewen. Who knows? Things might not work out with the next manager, you could be in with a shout for the job next season.