An Andover boy has dubbed himself the "luckiest boy in the world" after stumbling across a six-leaf clover.

Nathan Parker-Baker made headlines in the Advertiser last month after he found a five-leaf clover outside a Tesco Express.

Since that magic moment, he has kept himself busy and found nearly two-dozen more lucky leaves.

Andover Advertiser:

"On Tuesday last week I have found 16 four-leaf clovers and another two five-leaf clovers," he said.

"The odds of this obviously stacked against me, I must be the luckiest kid in the world."

But the 13-year-old Winton Community Academy student's work wasn't done there.

On Sunday he went out looking again and ended up finding the rare six-leaf clover.

Andover Advertiser:

"I’m overjoyed and surprised," Nathan added.

"I never thought that I would actually find a six-leaf clover. I thought that a five-leaf clover was as far as I could go with luck but apparently not.

"My family were joking about finding a six-leaf clover however I never thought that it would become a reality."

And with more than a dozen of the clovers in his possession, he has no plans on stopping any time soon.

Andover Advertiser:

"I keep them in different containers at home depending on how many leaves they have," he finished.

"Four-leaf clovers go in a bowl, one with five leaves go in an egg bowl and the six-leaf goes into a brown container. Each of the containers are filled with water.

"I will definitely continue looking for clovers."