EUROMILLIONS jackpot winner Steve Thompson is still working hard as a builder two months later.

The 42-year-old, who won £105million, this week installed a new front door and double-glazed windows at a property near his three-bedroom home in Selsey, West Sussex.

Pictures shows Steve in a black windproof jacket, jeans and a beanie while holding a hand saw and cutting the white wooden frames.

Earlier Steve promised not to let his customers down before Christmas and said he would be completing all his current building jobs.

He said last December after his win: “I am going back (to work) but not until next week at least.

“Everything is just really overwhelming at the moment.”

He added that the mountain of cash was “too much for us”, referring to himself and wife Lenka.

“We’re going to do a lot of good with this money. It’s too much for us,” he said.

“It’s so much money I’m going to be generous... sensibly generous.”

Steve and Lenka, 41, were revealed as the lucky winners of the life-changing jackpot in November and said they plan to buy a new home so their three children can have their own bedrooms.

Steve’s first purchase was a second-hand car as he confessed that the win still hadn’t sunk in and he didn’t want to “splash” the money around.

He added that returning to work was helping him cope.

Steve said he felt like he was “on the verge of a heart attack” when he saw the numbers on his ticket match up.

The couple who have been together for 17 years have said their lottery win is all about their family, even though their 10-year-old son has now asked for a Tesla.

Steve recently finished installing a conservatory for one of his neighbours, but didn’t charge her for the work.

“He didn’t charge. It shows he’s a top bloke, a decent man,” a neighbour, who did not want to be named, said.

“We didn’t ask him about the win because he’s probably had enough of talking about it.

“I think it’s quite nice for him to be able to work still because it takes his mind off the pressures of what to do with the money.”

Steve’s neighbour, Ellie Wood, said: “Steve and his wife are salt of the earth.

“I’m not shocked that Steve is continuing to finish off jobs he had on his books - that’s just the type of guy he is.

“He’d never leave anyone in the lurch.”

Mr Thomson, who has been playing the lottery regularly for 25 years, promised to help the local community and told customers: “Don’t worry, I’ll hold to it and get all my jobs done.”