Former Ivory Coast international Kolo Toure has added another year to his years.

According to Goal.com, the Confederation of African Football (Caf), Liverpool, Leicester City and Arsenal have celebrated Kolo Toure on his birthday, by sending heartfelt messages as he clocks 39 years of age.

The Ivory Coast legend is currently an assistant manager to Brendan Rodgers at Premier League side Leicester.

On his career, Toure retired from professional football in 2017 after playing in England and Scotland, where he featured for the Gunners, the Reds, Manchester City and Celtic.

He also won several accolades including two Premier League titles, two FA Cups, two Community shield diadems, during his time in England.

Toure alos clinched the Scottish Premiership title and League Cup trophy after leaving Liverpool in 2016 for the Bhoys, where he started his coaching career.

On his international history, Toure had 120 caps for Ivory Coast and played a key role as the Elephants won the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.

Other messages have also come from football governing bodies. His former clubs have sent birthday messages to him as he turns 39.