AT 10-years-old most boys might take a villain busting super hero or star striker from one of the biggest football team as their idol. But one entrepreneurial Bury youngster has taken his inspiration from someone a bit more out of the ordinary.

Chesham Primary School pupil Adam Warsi is a budding business tycoon who is one day hoping to emulate his hero Lord Sugar.

The schoolboy religiously watches the BBC series The Apprentice with his mum and has his sights set on one day becoming Lord Sugar’s business partner.

Showing his entrepreneurial flare Adam recent set up a small enterprise with his brother Daniel making and selling loom band jewellery and at a school fancy dress day Adam even decided to dress up as Lord Sugar, complete with suit and tie.

His mum

After being tasked with writing a Kenning poem by his teacher Amanda Oxley Adam decided to Lord Sugar as his muse.

When his work was handed in Mrs Oxley was so impressed by the creative endeavour she decided to send it off to

Mrs Oxley said: “Adam is a very hard working and conscientious boy. He was a pleasure to teach and a great role model for the rest of the class.

“When he was in my class he was like a human dictionary and always tried with his writing. He even wrote the poem about Lord Sugar at home.

“We were thrilled to bits to get the response from Lord Sugar and it made my summer holidays.”