IT turns out that as well as running a school and a football team, Jamie Vermiglio does Donald Duck impressions.

The 38-year-old Locking Stumps Primary School head teacher has guided his non-league Chorley FC team to the third round of the FA Cup for the first time.

Giant-killings away to League One sides Wigan Athletic and Peterborough United have suddenly thrown the Magpies, and their manager, into the spotlight.

Those games were shown live on television and Vermiglio has been a wanted man by the media for interviews – and has featured heavily in Warrington Guardian's newspaper and online sport and news sections in recent weeks.

This will only intensify in the lead-in to the third-round clash with Wayne Rooney's struggling Derby County outfit at Victory Park over the weekend of January 8 to 11.

After the dust settled on this week's heroics at Peterborough and discussing the third-round draw, Vermiglio revealed to one surprised reporter that he can talk in the voice of Disney character Donald Duck and added that he had made a promise to his team that he would give an interview in the feathered one's voice if they won at Peterborough.

Vermiglio, a former midfielder for Chorley, Scarborough, AFC Telford and Northwich Victoria, decided to own up to calling on his voice skills when pupils at Locking Stumps Primary School have birthdays.

Here's what he said to former Warrington Guardian deputy sports editor Chris Hall during his zoom chat for Granada Reports.