West Ham ace Michail Antonio has left fans in stitches by posting a hilarious Valentine’s Day tweet to his wife.
Antonio, 30, has been on fire for the Hammers this season, registering five goals and three assists in 15 Premier League appearances so far.
The English striker’s solid form has helped David Moyes’ men keep pace in the race for European qualification, with 11 wins out of 23 leaving them ahead of Tottenham and Arsenal up in sixth place.
But it’s not only on the pitch where Antonio is in form, as he has also produced a side-splitting tweet to steal the show on Valentine’s Day.
Along with a selfie of him and wife Debbie Whittle, he wrote: “I love you with all my willy, I would say my heart but my willy is bigger” followed by a laughing emoji.
He then added: “Happy vday everyone *love-heart emoji* #stolenquote #toogoodtonotshare”.
Fans were clearly amused by Antonio’s tweet, with one replying: “You legend”.
Another wrote: “Don’t ever change mickey. That’s why the irons love ya”.
While a third quipped: “You’re gonna score tomorrow night as well”.
Unfortunately for that West Ham supporter, Antonio is facing a race against time to be fit for their clash with Sheffield United on Monday night.
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The forward was substituted in last week’s stalemate away at Fulham after suffering from fatigue and is a doubt to feature against Chris Wilder’s Blades.
Moyes said: “He is doing well, he has done a little bit on the grass and we are trying to get him back quickly. Hopefully, he will be very close for the weekend.”
Antonio is not the only fitness concern for Moyes, as Issa Diop, Darren Randolph, Angelo Ogbonna, Fabian Balbuena and Andriy Yarmolenko are also doubts.
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