Southampton defender Ryan Bertrand has pledged to offer his services to the Grenfell Tower relief effort by helping to find new homes for survivors.
Bertrand, 27, who featured for England in this week's friendly defeat to France in Paris, revealed on Twitter that he wants to help out those affected by the fire disaster by doing more than just donating.
Fifty-eight people are missing and presumed dead and Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy, the officer in charge of the investigation, has warned the death toll could rise further.
Bertrand said: "I went to Grenfell Tower [on Friday]. I want to help, not just donate. I can't think of all the answers but I can do what I feel is needed.
"Starting with rehousing the victims, and making sure they don't leave the W11 post code. And remain on the emergency housing list.
"Monday I will be around @RugbyPortobello putting this plan into action. From 10:30am until progress has been made."
Mr Cundy said on Saturday that of the 58 people, 30 were confirmed dead while 16 bodies had been recovered from the 120-flat tower and taken to a mortuary.
Bertrand, who won his 14th England cap in Tuesday's 3-2 defeat, signed a new five-year contract with Southampton last summer after joining from Chelsea in a £10 million deal in 2015 after an initial loan spell.
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin is another footballer who has vowed to help those affected by the tower fire.
The Spain Under-21 international is away with his country at the European Championship in Poland so cannot offer hands-on support, but he will make a financial contribution to the appeal.
He wrote on Instagram: "For every minute I play in £U21EURO I'll donate £50 to help Grenfell Tower victims. Please support in any way you can."
Bellerin, 22, started for the young Spain side in Saturday evening's match against Macedonia.