Captain James McPake led the tributes from Hibernian to our lifelong supporter and former Hibs Kids member, Andy Murray after the tennis star's Grand Slam success last night.
Murray, who along with his brother Jamie used to regularly watch matches at Easter Road, was crowned US Open champion; in the process becoming the first British player to win a Grand Slam for 76 years.
McPake admits he watched the dramatic victory unfold and says he enjoyed supporting a Hibernian supporter as Murray achieved a glorious career goal.
McPake said: "It was an amazing achievement for Andy. I sat through the full match on the edge of my seat hitting every shot with him.
"Andy is an inspiration to watch and an inspiration for every athlete out there."
Everybody connected with Hibernian Football Club is immensely proud of Andy Murray's achievements culminating in yesterday's Grand Slam triumph.
Both Andy and his brother Jamie support Hibs and we support them and we look forward to inviting the whole Murray family back to Easter Road to watch a match in the near future.
That will give the entire Hibernian family an opportunity to celebrate Andy's inspirational win.