It may be a New Year but Jonjo Heuerman is at it again.
The plucky ten-year-old is still raising vital funds and awareness for the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK and is in training for another charity walk.
He is going to repeat his 2011 feat and walk from Wembley Stadium to Upton Park in memory of his Nan and Bobby Moore, both of whom died from bowel cancer. Jonjo has raised more than £37,000 and is looking to push that figure on with his next trek across town - which will be bigger and better, judging by the huge interest.
He will be starting at the Bobby Moore statue at the national stadium on 23 February and finish at the Boleyn Ground centre-circle against Crystal Palace on 25 February.
In a message to supporters, he said: "I really want lots of people to walk with me and there are lots of supporters travelling to walk with me from around Europe. I hope you can walk a little bit with me too it will be really kind."
The Hammers-mad fan, and his sister Megan, got a lift before Christmas when they visited the West Ham United training ground, meeting Sam Allardyce and the first-team squad including Sam Baldock (pictured)
Big Sam took a particular interest in his charitable work, while Joint-Chairman David Gold has pledged to meet the youngster when he completes his walk.
To find out much more about Jonjo, including how you can get involved with his various activities, visit his website at www.fornannyandbobby.moonfruit.com