Iceland international Jon Dadi Bodvarsson took time out of his World Cup schedule to send a message of support to a former Wolves teammate.
The Reading striker sent a message via Twitter to Carl Ikeme, who is battling acute leukaemia.
Bodvarsson played alongside Ikeme at Wolves in 2016/17 and are still close pals.
Ikeme was given an honorary World Cup place by Nigeria last month as his country looked to show their support for the goalkeeper.
The 32-year-old was diagnosed with illness last July and has been undergoing treatment since.
Bodvarsson was an unused substitute in Iceland's World Cup opener against Argentina as they pulled off a surprise 1-1 draw.
The 27-year-old forward scored 10 goals in all competitions for Reading last season, an improvement on his three goals for Wolves in his first year in England.
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