WITH 29 Premier League points in the bag and smooth progress being made in the FA Cup life for Burnley FC is definitely 'looking good'.

But an extra veneer of glamour for the Clarets has been added after one of Britain's most high profile pop stars posed wearing their iconic kit.

Little Mix pop star Leigh-Anne Pinnock is dating the club's striker Andre Gray and during the girl band's current US tour she posted a sultry shot to her Twitter and Instagram followers of her wearing a claret and blue home shirt adorned with her fella's name and number seven squad number.

Leigh-Anne captioned the shot with the words 'Glam squad appreciation post..'.

In another picture she can be seen holding up a large grey cardigan, saying 'Must be Gray on the Brain'.

The girl group formed in 2011 during the eighth series of The X Factor and have since forged a successful international career.

On Friday morning, Burnley FC retweeted the post, saying: "Looking good in club colours".

Andre Gray, 25, has seen a meteoric rise through the football ranks.

Released by then League Two Shrewsbury Town as a teenager, Gray dropped into non-league before fighting his way back up the ranks and into the Premier League with Burnley.

Off the pitch Gray has overcome a troubled past.

He was stabbed in the face on a night out in 2011 and this season was banned for four games after homophobic social media posts from four years ago resurfaced just hours after he had scored his first Premier League goal.

Signs of his growing stature include expressing a wish to form a foundation or youth scheme back in his native Midlands.

In an interview with The Lancashire Telegraph last month he was determined to keep his private life just that.

Speaking about his past, he said: "I had people talking to me when I was 13 and 14, and when you’re in the situation you’re in you don’t want to listen.

“So it is hard to get through to people, and sometime you have to learn the hard way – and I had to.

"I was lucky to have football to set me free from it, and expose me to all sorts of positive things.”