A BARRHEAD schoolboy was left starstruck after winning a contest which gave him the chance to meet some of the world’s greatest footballers.

Noah Bentley could hardly believe his luck when parents Laura and David told him he would be a mascot at Wembley Stadium for last week’s Champions League match between Tottenham and Real Madrid.

The St John’s Primary pupil was one of just a handful of lucky kids who were selected for the Mastercard Priceless Mascot Experience.

Seven-year-old Noah was watched by millions of TV viewers around the world as he walked out onto the pitch alongside Madrid playmaker Luka Modric.

And he was thrilled to meet global superstar Cristiano Ronaldo as the two teams gathered in the tunnel before kick-off.

The likes of England stars Harry Kane and Dele Alli were also in action as Spurs defeated the Spanish champions 3-1.

It was a night to remember for Noah, who is a keen swimmer and attends the Beavers Scouts.

Proud mum Laura said: “Noah totally loved it and came back absolutely buzzing. He wants to do it again and has asked me to enter him into the competition for another game.

“He played football for Neilston Wasps but didn’t like it because he was always cold.

“I’m a Celtic fan and my husband is a Rangers fan, so Noah has been to see both.

“Now he has had that experience at Wembley and he told me ‘I’m a Spurs fan now, mum.’

“Friday was his first day back to school and he was desperate to do a talk at assembly on it.”