Callum Robinson has been keeping fans updated with his movements over the summer, sharing many snaps of his home life before posting about his return to pre-season training.

The 26-year-old has recently updated his Instagram story too, show him with a Bob Marley painting, posting a petition to combat social media and sending a message of support to Marcus Rashford.

Robinson was all smiles with his Bob Marley picture that was painted by Boogie Moli Artist who’s sold his work to the likes of Alexander Iwobi and Tyrese Campbell among others.

He then showed a petition for making verified ID a requirement to start a social media account. It comes after Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Buyako Saka were racially abused following their missed penalties in England’s Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy.

Robinson posted a picture of a Rashford mural that was defaced but restored by letters from fans and England flags, and he finally added a snap of the Manchester United striker after he took his penalty as his England teammates watched in the distance.

In other news, West Brom confirm second summer signing under Valerien Ismael