THE sky's the limit for a Burnley FC fan who is raising cash for charity by running to every Premier League away stadium this season.

Scott Cunliffe, from Worsthorne, set himself a target of £10k when he began the challenge at the start of the 2018/19 season.

But after the success of his back-to-back North London Christmas runs to Spurs and Arsenal, which saw his fundraising cash shoot way past the £10K mark, the ambitious runner has set the bar higher and increased his fundraising target to £25K.

The 44-year-old said: "I'm absolutely delighted with how much has been raised so far. I wanted to set the target quite high anyway so started with £10K at first but I'm happy to be able to raise that now."

Mr Cunliffe's gruelling runs have attracted attention from all over the globe, with news outlets in Russia, Austria and Australia taking an interest, and he even appeared on the BBC's Sport's Personality of the Year in December.

And if he manages to surpass £25kK he said he'll raise the target even higher.

"The sky's the limit", he said, " and none of this would be possible without the help of my sponsors. It's amazing how local businesses have supported and come forward to help me with this."

Burnley's next away game is against Watford on January 19, and Mr Cunliffe will set off for his 200 mile run to Vicarage Road on Sunday.

But it's Brighton away that has him most worried: "It's a long way to run so I'm not looking forward to that one. Although Old Trafford on January 29 will be good as I've got about ten people who'll be joining me on that run which will be brilliant. And Goodison Park at the end of the season will be fantastic too."

Always happy to encourage others to run, Mr Cunliffe said if anyone would like to join him on his journey they can contact him via Instagram or Twitter @sekott. Alternatively, supporters can donate to his challenge at