Reading legend Glen Little hopes his former club Burnley can equal the Royals' 106 point Football League record for points accumulated in a season.

47-year-old Little played over 280 times for the Clarets before moving to Berkshire in 2004, where he was an instrumental part of Steve Coppell's record-breaking side in 2005/06.

Making 123 appearances for the club over three stints, the tricky winger is a regular on BBC Berkshire and still a popular figure around the club.

Covering Saturday's 0-0 draw between the sides for BBC Radio Lancashire, the fan favourite remained impartial and hoped his former club could hold the record alongside Reading.

"They are my two clubs, even though I had about 36 clubs at the end of my career. One flying, in Burnley, and one struggling, Reading, so would you believe I’m actually happy with the 0-0. The record is safe, although wouldn’t it be nice if Burnley actually tied it- then it’s my two clubs with 106- that would be great!

"From about two minutes Reading were on the countdown for 0-0 and the game was like a training game for Burnley."