David Beckham's son Brooklyn is set to be an even bigger soccer star than his world famous dad.
The eight-year-old has apparently inherited his father's impressive skills and has been impressing Los Angeles' top youth coaches by playing against children four years older than him.
A source said: "He has made a big impression. He stands out on the pitch, even against much older boys."
"It's very exciting to see how he is developing."
The young star has such a talent many soccer insiders believe he has what it takes to make it as a professional. David - who is currently sidelined with a knee injury meaning he can't play for his team Los Angeles Galaxy - also believes his eldest son "could go all the way."
Meanwhile, David and wife Victoria - who have two other sons together, five-year-old Romeo and two-year-old Cruz - have been nominated for a comedy award.
The couple is in the running to be named U.K.'s Funniest Double Act at this year's Loaded Laftas awards.
The pair are up against 'Friday Night Project' duo Justin Lee Collins and Alan Carr, 'Hot Fuzz' team Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
Loaded editor Martin Daubey said: "Perhaps it is Victoria's comedy chest or her attempts to integrate into American culture by pitching at baseball matches that have had the British public laughing."
The ceremony takes place in London on October 4.