THE family of a tot who plunged from a window at his Burton home today pleaded: "Please keep him in your thoughts and pray for his recovery."
Two-year-old Ayan Muddaser remains in an induced coma at Birmingham Children's Hospital following the fall at his house in Shobnall Street.
His condition has been described as critical but stable.
The toddler had been playing happily before going to wake up his dad, who was asleep upstairs. Before heading back downstairs, Ayan went into the washroom and climbed up to the open window.
His mum, who does not want to be named, says she was 'shocked' when she discovered that Ayan had fallen from the window at the rear of the property and immediately called for an ambulance.
However paramedics determined that Ayan's injuries were so serious that he should be airlifted to Birmingham Children's Hospital, where he remains in intensive care.
Speaking to the Mail, his mum said she hopes people in Burton continue to pray for Ayan's recovery.
She said: "Due to the pressurein his head from the fall, the doctors decided to put him to sleep. They don't want to wake him up yet.
"There's no visible damage, but he has got serious head injuries.
"He's fractured his forehead and is in a critical state, but he is stable. He also has a chest infection. The doctors did think about waking him up yesterday but the pressure is so high that they decided it would not be a good idea.
"I would just ask that people keep praying for Ayan and keep him in their thoughts."