Brooklyn Beckham is hoping to keep up with the family's footballing tradition, after he landed a trial with Chelsea FC.
David's eldest showed off some slick skills on the pitch along with another superstar son, Gordon Ramsay's boy Jack.
The 13-year-old lads took part in an under-14 session at the Premier League club's state-of-the-art training ground, the Mirror reported.
Brooklyn was cheered on from the sidelines by the footie ace himself - much to the surprise of other parents.
Beckham, 37, has spoken of his pride at his son's footballing prowess in the past.
Back in 2006, when Brooklyn was just seven, the former England skipper said that his son is the most amazing footballer, as he managed 17 keepie-uppies the other day which for a boy his age is incredible.
"He's showing great potential and I think he could go all the way. I'd love it if he played for England," he said then.
David, who is without a club after leaving LA Galaxy, had prompted speculation that he was set to sign with Chelsea after a picture emerged on Twitter of him with one of their academy players.
But he was at the training ground in Cobham, Surrey, on Tuesday to support his son. (ANI)