THE grandson of a true football great is setting his sights on creating a new dynasty with Huddersfield Town.
Jake Charles, 14, is the grandson of Leeds United, Juventus and Wales legend John Charles.
The young centre forward, who lives in Leeds, has been called up to the Wales under-17 squad for their upcoming international friendlies against Sweden.
He has has already been capped by Wales at under-16 level but this is his first call-up to manager Brian Flynn's under-17 squad, which is two age groups above his own.
He made his debut for Wales in December and was the fourth member of his family to pull on the Welsh jersey.
His grandfather scored 15 times in 38 appearances for Wales. John Charles, who was awarded a CBE, also saw his brother, Mel, and nephew, Jeremy, play for their country.
In a glittering career he scored 150 goals in just 297 appearances for Leeds United before joining Juventus for a then British record fee of s65,000 in 1957.
He scored 93 goals in 150 appearances for The Old Lady and in 1997 fans voted him their greatest ever foreign player.
Charles, who was 6ft 2ins, was nicknamed Il Gigante Buono The Gentle Giant, by the fans in Italy.
He died in 2004.
Now the newest interantional Charles is part of Wales' initial 18 man squad to take on their Swedish counterparts in two friendlies; the first will take place at the home of Buckley Town on Tuesday, May 10 before the second fixture at Flint Town two days later.
Charles recently made his debut for Graham Mitchell's under-18 side as a second-half substitute during the 4-0 home win over Middlesbrough.