Scotland star Oli McBurnie was the face of Sheffield United's Day in the Life feature on their YouTube channel.

The striker, who cost £20million when he joined from Swansea City, was followed by a member of the Blades' media team as he took part in training last week.

McBurnie, 23, discussed his season so far where he's played 31 times and scored four times. He also went into detail about Sheffield United's seventh-placed league position and how delighted he has been with club supporters since he joined in the summer.

On his name being sung, bashful McBurnie said: "It's the best feeling ever. For my family when they're in the crowd, my mum and dad. And there's 30,000 fans singing my name, it means the world to them.

"When you're on the pitch, you block out most things and concentrate on the football. But anyone who says they don't hear their own song being sung is a liar. It's one of the best feelings in football and sends shivers down my spine every time I hear it."

The 24-minute long feature also made it behind the scenes into McBurnie's home life and his trophy wall where he keeps player of the month awards, Scotland caps, hat-trick footballs and other memorabilia.

Watch the full video above.