Lifelong Bolton Wanderers fan Morgan Parry completed the EFL's 92 with a trip to Wycombe Wanderers over the Easter weekend - a feat he has achieved at the tender age of just 21.
Visiting every current ground in the top four tiers of English football with his dad Stephen - the majority of which have been ticked off whilst watching his beloved Whites - Morgan has been proudly representing the Trotters on his travels.
Well-known amongst Wanderers supporters, despite having cerebral palsy, he is able to get to games in his wheelchair and uses a special communications device to plan for games and talk about the matches he sees.
He has also been supporting the campaigning work of Level Playing Field and the Centre for Access to Football In Europe (CAFE) to improve the experience of fans with disabilities who want to attend live football and other sporting events.
And to recognise Morgan’s experience, Level Playing Field made Morgan a LPF Ambassador in February as part of the 2019 Weeks of Action programme.
For more information about Level Playing Field, please visit www.levelplayingfield.org.uk.
All at Bolton Wanderers would like to congratulate Morgan on his achievement however.