Robert Snodgrass once again proved his class with his charity and community work at West Ham.

The Scottish midfielder has been a model professional and has really turned his West Ham career around.

After being loaned out to Aston Villa at the start of the 2017/18 season, it looked like there was no way back for Snodgrass.

But he has gone from being frozen out to establishing himself as a regular in the West Ham side under Manuel Pellegrini.

And the 31-year-old is not only a fan favourite for his on-field displays, but also for his conduct off-the-field.

Robert Snodgrass and Isla Caton

Robert Snodgrass is fundraising for Isla Caton, who has a rare form of child cancer. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Snodgrass has done a lot of charity work since joining West Ham and has gone above-and-beyond with his latest act of generosity.

Isla Caton is a well-known West Ham fan, aged just 4, with Neuroblastoma – a rare form of child cancer.

Snodgrass has taken to Instagram to share his latest venture as he has added a number of signed shirts and sporting memorabilia to his charity page to be auctioned off for Isla’s fight.

Among them is Anthony Joshua’s boxing shorts, Pele’s boots and Cristiano Ronaldo’s shirt – all signed.

West Ham fans were awestruck with admiration and here are a few opinions about Snodgrass’ work.

 

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