A PIECE of artwork in the style of famed street artist Banksy has appeared on a door at Bury FC's Gigg Lane.

The work, showing a girl holding an umbrella, is thought to have been created on Monday night and was found on Tuesday morning.

The door which the picture was sprayed on has now been removed and replaced.

It was previously place at one of the stadium's reception rooms.

In a tweet, BBC Radio 5 Live asked fans what they thought of the mural.



It is the second time that a piece of art in Banksy's style has appeared in Bury in recent weeks.

Another mural, which depicts a young man, dressed as a militant and wearing a baseball cap and bandana, in the midst of a grenade throw, has been drawing crowds.

Sadly, the piece, found at Clarence Lido, is likely to be the work of an imitator rather than Banksy himself.

Named Love Is In The Air, it first appeared in Jerusalem back in 2003.