The family of a Liverpool fan stabbed to death at a train station in south London have said he has “left behind many friends”.
Louis Johnson, 16, was fatally attacked on Monday at East Croydon station, prompting a murder investigation by British Transport Police.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder and is in custody.
In a tribute, Louis’ grandfather and brother said he was a “shy boy who kept himself to himself”.
The statement added: “He had his whole life ahead of him, all the things that any teenager could wish for and he was also very popular among his peers and has left behind many friends.
“He had one true love, Liverpool Football Club, and made sure he never missed any televised event which concerned them.
“Louis would always go out of his way to try and help or please others and would literally halve his last piece of bread with you if you asked him.
“He leaves behind a huge family who are all devastated. We miss Louis dearly and will continue to miss him until we meet again in a better place.”