Jose Mourinho revealed it was he who told his Manchester United players to give their shirts to the visiting supporters following Saturday's 2-0 win at West Brom.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored both goals at the Hawthorns as United made it three Premier League victories in a row, taking them to within three points of the Champions League places.
After the game, United's players handed their shirts to the fans in the away end - making for an unusual early Christmas present for some keen followers.
"I told them to do that. It is Christmas time," Mourinho said.
"A shirt for a fan coming directly from the game with sweat means a lot.
"It is a pity that not everyone can get one but for the ones that can get it, it is a great feeling.
"For them [the players], it is just one more shirt. They will arrive in the dressing room and give it to the kitman, to a friend or change with a West Brom friend."