MASON Greenwood’s rise to soccer stardom from childhood has been celebrated in a special video to mark his 19th birthday.

The Wibsey-born Manchester United star has enjoyed a rise to fame over the last year becoming a regular in his club side and also making his full England debut last month.

Now the United Zone Twitter has celebrated the youngster’s rise to fame through the years, from kicking a ball in a park as a boy to scoring for the Red Devils. Greenwood himself retweeted the video.

Greenwood has been handed the iconic number 11 shirt at United, following in the footsteps of a club great.

It was reward for a breakout season for the Premier League giants, which saw him score 17 goals for the club.

He wore the club’s number 26 last season, which earned him a senior England call-up.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mason Greenwood during his full England debut against Iceland last monthMason Greenwood during his full England debut against Iceland last month

Greenwood missed out on the Young Player of the Year prize and joined United aged seven, playing at the club's development school in Halifax.

But he insisted he has learned a lesson after a breach of coronavirus regulations resulted in him being sent home from England duty last month.

The striker and Manchester City’s Phil Foden, 20, were both removed from Gareth Southgate’s squad ahead of the Nations League match against Denmark after allegations emerged in the Icelandic media that the pair had spent time with two girls during the trip to Reykjavik, where both players made their senior debuts in a 1-0 win over the hosts.