Of the many stories of heroism to emerge from the Manchester terror attack, one of the most touching was that of Steve, a homeless man sat outside the stadium who ran inside to comfort the injured and dying in the aftermath of the explosion.
"Just because I'm homeless it doesn't mean I'm not human," he told ITV, before recalling the horrors of what he faced inside.
Along with a fund raising page swiftly set up by the public, the story reached West Ham co-owner David Sullivan who appeared as a guest on BBC Radio 5 and made a public appeal to try and find Steve so he could "help hime out" with six-months free accommodation and some money.
In a small but welcome piece of good news, today Sullivan confirmed his appeal had worked.
Steve now stands to have his life changed for better, with a nation united in wishing him good luck.