LIFELONG Wrexham fan Neil Williams could be forgiven for feeling a bit shirty after seeing his side relegated, and close to going out of business.
But instead of bemoaning their fate, Neil has teamed up with express delivery specialists TNT Sameday to try and score a unique footballing first.
Neil, 39, has amassed a collection of autographed football shirts - one from each of England's Premiership, Championship and League One and Two clubs - and is putting them up for auction at Sotheby's in London.
The one-off collection was due to go under the hammer as a single lot on Wednesday to raise cash for the Wrexham supporters' fighting fund to try and save the club.
Having painstakingly contacted all 92 clubs and managed to get the signatures of hundreds of players since Christmas, Neil, from Helston in Cornwall, entrusted the collection to TNT Sameday.
Neil said: 'We hope to raise well in excess of £10,000 at the auction. It's a desperate situation and we need all the money we can get to try and ensure Wrexham FC survives.'
'It was vital all the shirts reach Sothebys without any hitches, so we were delighted when TNT Sameday were able to step in and give us a helping hand.
'This is the first time a complete set of shirts from all the professional clubs has gone on sale in one go and we can't risk any shirts being lost.'
Neil's fellow Wrexham supporter, Phil Wynn, organised the pick-up of the valuable consignment with TNT Sameday.