Brondby have announced on their official website that striker Holmbert Fridjonsson, currently on loan from Celtic, has been added to their wall of honour.
Fridjonsson, 21, joined Celtic just over a year ago having hit 11 goals in 43 games for Icelandic side Fram Reykjavik, but failed to even make an appearance for Celtic last season.
Upon Ronny Deila's appointment as Celtic manager after Neil Lennon's departure, Fridjonsson was sent back to Scandinavia on loan, joining Danish side Brondby in a bid to gain some experience.
The 6ft 5in striker should still be a part of Deila's future plans at Celtic having hit five goals in just ten games for the Iceland Under-21's, but his season with Brondby hasn't exactly been a roaring success.
Fridjonsson has started just four games for the club, and whilst he has also made seven substitute appearances, he has found the net just once.
However, Fridjonsson has now been named on Brondby's 'wall of honour' alongside illustrious names like Michael Laudrup and Peter Schmeichel.
The reason? Because he played for Iceland against Canada back in January, and Brondby honour every player that makes an international appearance whilst playing for the Danish side.
Fridjonsson joins fellow Celtic team-mate and Brondby loanee Teemu Pukki on the list, and will be looking to score more goals for Iceland in the future as he bids to impress Deila.