Having helped Birmingham City in recent weeks secure promotion to the Premiership, Keith Fahey returned to Richmond Park on Friday night to cheer on his old club St Pat's against Sligo Rovers in the League of Ireland.
The talented midfielder who signed for Birmingham in January went on to play a key a key role in the Blues' promotion success scoring 4 goals in 15 appearances.
Keith was on hand to wish his former colleagues and manager Jeff Kenna all the best and he still keeps in regular contact with his former club mates.
Having gone from a full League of Ireland season straight into the championship Keith admitted that he was looking forward to a break, "I've been playing non-stop really since last March year so I'm looking forward to a short holiday and then back again to start pre-season with Birmingham."
Keith who has scored some wonder goals for the Saints was no doubt impressed with Pat's midfielder Alan Cawley's strike on Friday night which flew into the Sligo net from all of thirty yards.
The game finished in a 2-2 draw and St Pat's next travel to Oriel Park to take on Dundalk on Friday night.