A TEENAGE soccer star has left her mum and dad behind after scoring more than 100 goals in one season.
Lottie Traxler, 13, is paid £1 per goal by her parents David, 59, and Kelly – who did not expect her to be so prolific.
Fleet striker Hants has scored 110 goals for her school and club.
Kelly, 39, said: “I think next season we might only give him 50p. It cost us a fortune.
Spurs fan Lottie has been picked up by the Inspirational Girls Football academy which aims to connect young footballers with professional clubs.
She told The Sun: “I love scoring goals, it just makes me feel brilliant.”
Lottie scored her 100th goal copying Cristiano Ronaldo’s Siuuu celebration.
She said she was going to spend her winnings on a new Tottenham shirt.
Lottie – who is a Tottenham Hotspur fan – started playing football aged seven, after watching her two older brothers, Alfie, 17, and Jay, 18, play in the garden.
She told The Sun: “I love everything about football, but I love scoring goals, it just makes me feel brilliant.