ALBION star Jose Izquierdo has put his shirt up for auction to raise cash for a little girl with cancer.

The Colombian winger scored a wonder goal against West Ham at the weekend, helping the Seagulls climb the Premier League table.

In doing so, he succumbed the Hammers to a 3-1 defeat.

Kind-hearted Izquierdo has now chosen to sell his shirt from the match to get cash for young West Ham fan Isla Caton, who is suffering from neuroblastoma, a rare form of the disease.

The three-year-old’s family are trying to bank £200,000 so they can pay for treatment for her in America.

Isla, from Hornchurch, London, is suffering from the same disease as tragic Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery, who captured the hearts of the nation with his beautiful relationship with Jermain Defoe, his favourite player.

The Bradley Lowery Foundation has supported her campaign, which has raised more than £166,000 of its target.

Now Izquierdo and Albion are playing their part in brave Isla’s heartbreaking battle.

Albion posted a video on Twitter on Tuesday with the caption: “On behalf of everyone at #BHAFC @JoseIzquierdo7 has a special message for @islasfight.

“Everyone here hopes you get well soon.”

In the video, Izquierdo, holding the shirt, said: “All the people here are worried for your situation.

“I scored a goal against West Ham, which I know is your team, so we will put it in auction, and the money that we raise will be all for you.

“I send you a big hug that you will be very well soon, as soon as possible.”

If the cash is raised, Isla will undergo treatment at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, which is the only hospital in the world that offers it.

The youngster showed signs of the disease in January last year, and was diagnosed with stage four cancer in March. She is currently undergoing intense chemo and radiotherapy.

Bidding for Izquierdo’s shirt ends at 8.59pm on Tuesday. Go to to bid.

To donate to Isla’s cause, go to