Ardrossan's Billy Gilmour has set his sights on Champions League glory after his Chelsea side reached the final.

Gilmour was an unused sub in Chelsea's 2-0 defeat of Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge last night.

Despite only featuring for the club three times since new boss Thomas Tuchel took charge, the 19-year-old could become the first North Ayrshire winner of the European Cup/ Champions League since Bobby Lennox, who was part of the Lisbon Lions in 1967.

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Since then, only one other Ayrshireman has won the competition, when Steve Nicol, from Troon, was triumphant with Liverpool in 1984.

Gilmour could also be the youngest player from North Ayrshire to lift the trophy.

The former Stanley Primary School pupil posted on social media: "Istanbul here we come!!!"

The final takes place on May 29, when Chelsea take on Manchester City in an all English affair.