A Swindon Town player known for his vocals led a singalong with pupils at Rodbourne Cheney Primary School.

Udoka Godwin-Malife and George McEachran visited Rodbourne Cheney Primary School on Friday to talk to the youngsters about their footballing career and support anti-bullying week.

While there, the defender  - whose changing room karaoke of John Legend's All of Me went viral in August shortly after he was signed to the football club - performed another rendition of the same song and encouraged the whole school to join in.

He said: "Thank you for having me, you guys inspired me! Won’t be the first and last time I pay a visit, God bless you all."

A school spokesperson added: "Thank you to George McEachran and Udoka Godwin-Malife for visiting our school for anti-bullying week.

"We loved learning about your football journey, and we hope you liked our singing!

"Thank you for inspiring us to continue to be kind and follow our dreams."

An STFC Community Foundation spokesperson said: "Another heartwarming moment when the children of Rodbourne Cheney Primary School loved the singing sensation Udoka Godwin-Malife.

"It’s wonderful seeing the STFC players inspiring the next generation."