Tom Heaton is top of the stops with fans

Burnley skipper Tom Heaton’s appearance at Turf Moor on Tuesday went into extra time.

The England keeper was ‘on hand’ to launch his own Precision goalkeeping glove and ended up putting in a five-hour stint.

Clarets stopper Tom Heaton spent five hours signing autographs and posing for photos

Clarets stopper Tom Heaton spent five hours signing autographs and posing for photos

Hundreds of Clarets fans queued around Turf Moor waiting for the chance to meet Tom who put in a man-of-the-match display against Manchester United in Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Old Trafford.

Tom said: “It’s been brilliant. It far exceeded any expectation really. It’s fantastic to see and it’s a great marker in terms of how much the club is moving forward and the success that we’re having.

“We’ve had a very good start to the Premier League season and to get that amount of fans out there today, and have them stood out in the cold for four or five hours, is incredible really. It was great to talk to them about the game and hear their thoughts on the start to the season. It’s been a superb day all round.

“It was unbelievable really. They were all queueing along the road and across the road apparently. It’s fantastic and brilliant to see.

Fans queued around Turf Moor waiting to see Clarets keeper Tom Heaton

Fans queued around Turf Moor waiting to see Clarets keeper Tom Heaton

“There were a lot of kids out with it being half-term. It’s incredible and it just shows the passion and the care for the club.”

“Precision have been superb, I can’t speak highly enough of them really. They’ve certainly felt great since I’ve put them on. They took quite a bit of a hit on Saturday.”

Tyler Bury (5) was the last fan through the doors to meet his hero

Tyler Bury (5) was the last fan through the doors to meet his hero