KYLE WALKER blasted out Sweet Caroline at the top of his lungs as he enjoyed a Mykonos meal with his heroic England team-mates.
The topless Three Lions right-back stood at the head of the table and sung the cult classic as fellow revellers joined in.
Like many of his team-mates, the 31-year-old's performances were near perfect as history making England reached their first ever European Championship final.
And the 31-year-old is taking a well-earned rest on the Greek island along with Mason Mount, Declan Rice, Ben Chilwell, Jack Grealish, Luke Shaw, Kalvin Philips and Ben White.
Footage has surfaced online of the group enjoying a meal together when the Neil Diamond tune starts playing over the speakers.
Shaw, Mount and Rice can be seen singing the early part of the song while the Manchester United left-back bangs on the table.
And just as the England fan favourite song builds to a crescendo, Walker enters the shot with a big smile on his face and his shirt held above his head.
Dressed in blue trunks, sliders, sunglasses and a gold chain, the speed merchant makes his way to the head of the table.
His laughing team-mates are getting into the mood as he leads them in a rendition of 'REEEEACHING OUTTTTTTTT, TOUCHINGGGG MEEEEE, TOUCHINGGGGG YOOOUUUUUU…'.
And a grinning Walker is seen twirling his shirt above his head before tapping a nearby female holiday-maker on the shoulder and blasting out: "SWEEEEEEEET CAROLINE, DU, DU, DU!"
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The video posted online has been viewed more than 75,000 times and has nearly 2,000 likes.
The young stars won the heart of the nation this summer after helping the Three Lions reach their first major final in 55 years.
England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has been having fun after a superb tournament, with his family and friends throwing him a huge party.
The Everton stopper won the Golden Glove award after keeping a record FIVE clean sheets in the tournament.
And Pickford wasn't the only England star to get a hero's welcome, with defender Harry Maguire and others having a deserved celebration.
The Three Lions enjoyed a well-earned Euros afterparty following the game against Italy, reuniting with their loved ones after weeks apart.
England's heroes couldn't have physical contact with those outside the camp during the tournament as they had to maintain a bio-secure Covid bubble.
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