One of Burton's most famous potholes has finally been filled in as part of the £5 million scheme to repair 13,000 potholes across the county.
Back in June, Councillor Syed Hussain, who is responsible for the Anglesey ward at East Staffordshire Borough Council showed the incredible size of the pothole in Walker Street, Burton, by lying down in it.
The father of three made improving the road one of his top promises during his local election campaign in May, 2017.
Councillor Hussain said: "I'm so glad to be out here and seeing the work finally get done on the pothole which obviously got so much attention.
"It was my flagship promises during the run-up to the local elections, and we've been inundated with thanks for getting it done and sorted in just 16 weeks. I would like to thank the council and also residents for being supportive with making sure the road was accesible."
Staffordshire County Council have made fixing the potholes on Burton roads a priority and have invested an extra £5 million of taxpayers' money to repair 13,000 potholes in the county.
The project was approved in June 2017 and is targeting 'low-risk' potholes and roads with defects.
Councillor Hussain has posted regular updates on his Facebook page about the renovations on Walker Street and has received a lot of plaudits from residents.