A 10-year-old girl is being tipped as a future England international after scoring 101 goals in just 31 games this season.
Liverpool fan Hannah Jamieson broke through the 100-barrier with hat-tricks in successive matches for Stoke Town Ladies' under-10's team.
Hannah, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs, said: "I just seem to score whenever I shoot.
"One day I would like to play for Liverpool's ladies team and it would be amazing to play for England as well."
Manager Dave Wright told the This Is Staffordshire website: "With the right coaching she could be a future England player or play football in the Olympics.
"I am surprised a club hasn't snapped her up yet - she is a very good talent."
Hannah's dad, Chris, 43, said: "I know everyone talks about how good their own kids are but when people see her play they are gobsmacked.
"Football is her life and no matter what the weather she always wants to go outside and have a game. She has a left foot that you would die for."
Chris' only regret was to promise his daughter one pound for every goal she scored this season and he has sensibly pulled rank - revising his offer to 50p per strike.