SERIE A TV presenter Floriana Messina posted a message of admiration for Diego Maradona outside his painted mural in Naples.
The Italo-Colombian is a huge Napoli fan and took to Instagram to share her love of the Argentinian icon who obtained god-like status during his time at the Naples club.
Pictured in front of a three storey painting of Maradona in an off-the-shoulder blue top Messina wrote a heartfelt caption alongside the image.
She wrote: “Maradona is God.
“Maradona is football. Nobody like you… always with us.
“I have a dream: to find you. #futbol #forzanapoli.”
Maradona was recently filmed dropping his trousers and flashing his bum at the camera as he danced with his ex.
The video went viral just hours after Argentina celebrated 34 years since the legend’s ‘Hand of God’ goal against England.
Messina recently backed her beloved Napoli in the Coppa Italia final against Juventus in Rome.
Writing before the game, Messina posed in Napoli shorts for an Instagram post to her 557,000 followers.
In reference to the Patron Saint of Naples, she wrote pre-game: “San Gennaro help us! #ForzaNapoli #ForzaNapoliSempre #CoppaItalia.”
Messina, 31, has never been afraid to show her love for her team on-air.
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And it was the Partenopei who came out on top at the Stadio Olimpico.
A tense 0-0 draw unfolded between Gennaro Gattuso’s side and a Juventus team led by ex-Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri before NApoli won on penalties.
Floriana’s beloved Napoli sit sixth in the table as they make an unikely play for the top-four having beaten Hellas Verona in the Serie A restart on Tuesday.