A DOCUMENTARY is set to be aired on the life and career, so far, of Ardrossan football star Billy Gilmour.

It comes as the Scotland National Team posted a teaser for the film on their social media channels.

Clips include a number of shots from the 22-year-olds current home in Brighton - alongside a number from his hometown.

A number of brief interview snippets are also included from prominent figures in his life such as his mother and father.

The documentary is titled from a quote included at the end of the brief promotional video - "Oor Billy".

She comments: "For everything that he might still achieve in football, at the end of the day, he's still just oor wee Billy."

While other excerpts include chats with people who have been close to Billy during his professional career.

The documentary teaser includes chats with former Norwich and Scotland teammate Kenny McLean, ex-Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, Scotland manager and fellow Three Towns man Steve Clark and Scottish football pundits Pat Nevin and Gordon Duncan.

There are also a number of clips which feature Billy himself speaking, including a reference to being back home in Scotland and "going to the bakers for a Scottish fry-up".

The full documentary is set to be aired on Thursday, February 29, on the Scotland National Team YouTube channel - and is one all locals will certainly want to see.