Wayne Rooney has had a second 'top-up' hair transplant procedure, just two years after the first operation.
The 27-year-old footballer went through a nine-hour operation last weekend as a follow on from his 2011 surgery at London's Harley Street Hair Clinic.
According to the clinic, the second procedure is 'standard', and is part of the £15,000 Wayne paid for the procedure two years ago.
Top up: Wayne Rooney, seen here last week, has undergone a nine-hour top-up operation following his 2011 hair transplant
Clinic director Nadeem Uddin Khan told The Sun: 'He visited us for pre-planned second-stage treatment of his successful transplant. This was scheduled when he began in 2011. It's standard.'
Wayne is now said to be keen to show off the results of the second transplant top-up.
A source told the newspaper: 'It was very successful. He's as pleased as punch with the results and can't wait to unveil his new look.'
Changing looks: Wayne directly after having the first operation in 2011 (left) and shortly afterwards with a full head of hair
Losing the thickness: Pictured at an event last month, Wayne's thin hair was clear to see
Wayne had the treatment at a central London clinic at the beginning of June 2011.
In the days following the procedure, he revealed: 'Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25, why not? I'm delighted with the result.'
The father-of-two had a follicular transfer in which hairs are moved from donor areas – usually at the back of the head – and then replanted in bald areas.
Wayne previously wrote about his hair loss in his autobiography. He admitted staring at himself in the mirror and thinking: 'Bloody hell, you're going bald and you're only a young lad.'
His wife Coleen tweeted after his first transplant: 'Yes waynes (sic) had his hair done! His own decision not me asking him, like a lot are saying!! Pleased for him and it will look great x.