Blaze Gerrard Brown’s feats as a schoolboy goalgetter have secured him backing from Denmark.

The buzz aroused by the Albion youngster has also led to his junior club taking a new security measure.

Woodingdean FC, which is also Tommy Elphick's old club, have removed all mobile phone numbers from their website after Blaze's haul of 97 goals in his debut season at under-seven level – and coverage in The Argus - alerted other sections of the media last summer.

They keep him protected now. But not before Munin Sports in Denmark sought him out and provided him with training gear now set up in his back garden in Whitehawk.

Blaze fired 91 goals for Woodingdean last term and has been watched by Chelsea and Arsenal.

His dad Carl said: “Everywhere he goes, he scores goals.

“It’s his movement as well, not just being greedy. And his attitude.

“On the first day he was at an Albion residential, it was tough but he said he had to stop crying because this is what he really wanted to to in life.

“One night he stayed on his own because everyone else had gone home.

“The feedback I get is that the coach can't see any bad points.”

Blaze has worked hard on his technique with the Munin Sports equipment, notably on his weaker right foot.

He has particularly benefited from the MStation Rebounder, a piece of equipment also used by his idol Cristiano Ronaldo fan.

Carl said: “He is now completely two-footed. He couldn't tell you which was his weaker foot.

"It's really useful equipment."

Blaze's amazing season saw him to a top three finish in The Argus’s young sports star of the year award.

“He loved that day. It was one of the best days of his life.,” Carl said.

He raised £70 when he ran the Brighton mini mile in aid of Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens.