A piece of street art showing a young girl firing a slingshot of flowers at a building in Bristol is by Banksy, the elusive artist has confirmed.
The wall the artwork was applied to reportedly belongs to a rental property owned by one Edwin Simons.
Residents in the Barton Hill area of the city spotted the piece on Thursday morning, which was taken by many to be a nod to Valentine's Day.
"We've been down here all day and it's just been a complete buzz of excitement", she told the PA news agency.
A new mural by Banksy has popped up in his hometown of Bristol in South West England.
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"There's been a lot of debate if it is a Banksy or not".
Kelly Woodruff, daughter of the owner, says the family felt a "strong responsibility" to ensure the artwork could be enjoyed by the public. "Most people I've spoken to think it 100 percent is, and they're naming it the Valentine's Banksy", she said.
She also said the family were looking to get glass to cover the art to preserve it, but said Bristol City Council was unable to offer any help.
This piece joins Banksy's other array of famous graffiti pieces throughout Bristol, including The Mild Mild West, Gorilla in a Pink Mask and Well Hung Lover.