Football star Hannah Jamieson, aged 10, of Basford scores 101 goals in 31 games (Video)
SCHOOLGIRL Hannah Jamieson has been tipped for international football stardom after scoring an incredible 101 goals so far this season.
At just 10 years old, the Stoke Town Ladies ace has already become a well-known tormenter of defenders and goalkeepers with her lethal left foot.
And football coaches have been quick to dub her 'the next big thing' after she reached her remarkable goal tally in just 31 games.
On Saturday, the hotshot midfielder saw her scoring record reach treble figures with two hat-tricks in two games.
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Liverpool fan Hannah, of Cotswold Aven
ue in Knutton, said: "One day I would like to play for Liverpool's ladies team and it would be amazing to play for England as well."
The St Giles' And St George's Primary School pupil is in her first season with Stoke Town's under-10s team after previously wowing coaches during community schemes.
In previous years Hannah has attended Port Vale's school holiday coaching sessions and scooped the 'Star of the Course' award three times along with scoring a number of victories in the penalty shoot-outs and crossbar challenge competitions.
Dad Chris, aged 43, of Oxford Road in May Bank, said: "I know everyone talks about how good their own kids are but when people see her play they are gobsmacked and understand what I have been saying.
"Football is her life and no matter what the weather she always wants to go outside and have a game."
But Chris, also a Liverpool fan, who works as a baker, admits his promise of a £1-per-goal at the start of the campaign has had to be halved.
He added: "She has a left-foot that you would die for – people just think she is unreal."
Mum Annmarie Jamieson, aged 44, who lives with Hannah in Cotswold Avenue, said: "I don't miss a game and am so proud of her.
"Her brother Patrick, whose now 14, used to play for Audley, and so she has been brought up with football.
"When you see her play it's like she is mapping out the game in her head rather than just chasing the ball around.
"Although she is in midfield she just seems to be everywhere and will never stop running."
Hannah's goals have sent Stoke Town to the top of the under-10s North Staffs Girls League with the side winning 27 of their 31 fixtures and scoring 127 in the process.
Manager Dave Wright, aged 32, a fitness tutor, of Fenton, said: "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."