FOLLOWING last night's FA Cup triumph, Scotland internationalist Kieran Tierney has taken to social media to single out one member of Arsenal's backroom staff for praise.

The former Celtic defender completed a £25m move from Parkhead to the Emirates last summer and is quickly becoming a fan favourite at the North London club.

The 23-year-old's first season at the Gunners has been disrupted by injury though, and Tierney posted a tribute to Chris Morgan - a physio at Arsenal - for the crucial role he played in his rehabilitation.

Following his cup success, Tierney said that he couldn't have achieved what he had without Morgan's help and said goodbye, with the physio set to leave the club in the near future.

Tierney wrote: "This man helped me from the first minute I walked in the door!

"Cannot thank u enough for everything you’ve done for me.. a special man.

"Grateful for everything. So sad to see u go gonna miss u so much legend.

"Thank you. Couldn’t have done this without u. Love @ChrisMorgan10 hero."

Morgan later responded to Tierney's message, replying: "Was a pleasure my mate..a dream to work with..see you soon x"