Fan who came up with this epic football chant rewarded with season ticket

Fan who came up with this epic football chant rewarded with season ticket
Will Grigg in action for Northern Ireland

We apologise in advance.

This particular earworm is courtesy of Wigan Athletic fan Sean Kennedy and once you hear it, you will be humming it for days.

Wigan striker Will Grigg, who represents Northern Ireland at international level, has played a large part in earning the side promotion to the Championship.

To celebrate his scintillating form, Kennedy created this chant - set to the tune of cult dance classic, ‘Freed From Desire’ by Gala.

Video from Ben Potter.

The incredibly catchy chant has gone viral worldwide in recent weeks - and Wigan boss David Sharpe is so pleased he’s rewarded the creator with a season ticket.

With Grigg heading to the Euros with Northern Ireland, you can expect to hear a lot more of it over next few weeks.

Now - which of Martin O'Neills's men can we fit in with the chant?

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