Slovakia's kit man received a couple of special mementos from England manager Sam Allardyce on Sunday night.
Martin Bohunicky, who looks after the kits of local side Spartak Trnava, left a note for Allardyce in his office next to the Three Lions dressing room at the Stadion Antona Malatinskeho after Slovakia lost 1-0 to the English side.
The note read: "Dear Mr. Allardyce, I'm kitman of FC Spartak Trnava and I want ask you about one jersey of England National Team.
"I hope that will be possible. If you can give me one jersey, please put on the table. This is my office.
"Thank you very much for fulfill my wish. Best regards, Martin Bohunicky."
Bohunicky told local reporters: "I cannot describe my feelings.
"I knew that the manager of England would stay in my office, so I decided to leave the letter on the pin board and my friend helped me to write the short letter.
"After the English team left, I went to my office with a bit of hope. I opened the door and found the jersey of Sterling with the captain's armband of Rooney."