MICHAIL ANTONIO left fans with their jaws on the floor after tweeting ‘I love you with all my willy’ in a hilarious Valentine’s Day message to his wife.
The West Ham star, 30, joined the hoards of loved-up couples in sharing a message for their other half on February 14.
But rather than post a sweet, romantic comment, Antonio opted for a slightly cheekier effort for his wife of nearly four years, Debbie Whittle.
Taking to Twitter, the dad-of-four shared a smiling picture of the happy couple – who have been together for over ten years.
But, in a shock twist, Antonio captioned it: “I love you with all my willy, I would say my heart but my willy is bigger.”
Antonio claims to have pinched the line from someone else, though, adding: “#stolenquote #toogoodtonotshare.”
The overshare – liked by nearly 50,000 at the time of writing – left fans in stitches as they replied to the Hammers ace in their thousands.
One, referencing West Ham’s clash with Sheffield United on Monday, joked: “You’re gonna score tomorrow night as well.”
Another called him a ‘legend’, while a third added: “Don’t ever change Mickey. That’s why the Irons love ya.”
Antonio has been in superb form for West Ham this season, scoring five goals and adding a further three assists in just 15 Premier League games.
The forward has been a key man in David Moyes‘ push for a European spot for next season.
Antonio missed the FA Cup fifth-round defeat to Manchester United on Tuesday through fatigue having already played EIGHT times since the turn of the year.
But Moyes confirmed he was hopeful his star man would make it onto the pitch for Monday’s clash with the Blades.
The Scot boss said: “He’s doing well, he has done a bit on the grass and we’re trying to get him back quickly.
“Hopefully he’ll be very close for Monday.”
The £18million-rated Danish winger, 20, has been in strong form under Claudio Ranieri in the 2020-21 season.
But the Hammers face competition from Juventus, Tottenham, Leeds and Southampton among others for Damsgaard’s signature.