Baxter celebrates Wembley win
Scotland football fans are making a cheeky bid to name the new Wembley Way after one of their favourite sons.
The Tartan Army have hijacked an internet competition to find a title for the footbridge, by voting for the legendary Jim Baxter.
They believe his efforts in propelling Scotland to memorable victories over England at Wembley in 1963 and 1967 should be immortalised in stone as The Jim Baxter Approach.
The competition is being run by the London Development Agency.
The spiel states: "Have your say on what to call the bridge by stating what you think is the most significant name or event in Wembley Stadium's history."
Presumably the organisers are banking on Bobby Moore or Stanley Matthews getting the nod, but if support continues to grow for Baxter, they may be forced into a rethink.
Tartan Army spokesman Hamish Husband said: "Wembley means just as much to Scotland fans as it does to the English - so why shouldn't we have a little piece of it?"
The only thing that might deter more Scots fans from entering is the prize on offer for the winner - a signed England top.
Still, it would always come in handy for cleaning the car.