"Is there any chance I can stay in Kazan after the World Cup and get a job in the city's tourism department? Please," Walley posted on Twitter.
He also said via the social network that he loved just everything about Kazan — from the free train that brought him there to local fast food and the night views of the city, situated almost 450 miles east of Moscow.
"This attitude of the guest has not been left without attention: his enthusiasm was noticed by the State Tourism Committee of Tatarstan, and now Justin is invited to a personal meeting with the chairman of the committee Sergei Ivanov. We are always happy to see genuine interest in our republic and we always have a lot of work for enthusiastic and industrious people," the committee's press service said.