PADDY McGuinness has revealed he once took some of the most talented footballers of their generation to a Greggs in Knutsford.

The television host and comedian appeared on the latest episode of the Stick to Football Show alongside Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Roy Keane and Ian Wright.

During the show he shared some of his experiences of being around footballers, including the time he took three World Cup-winning stars to Greggs while taking part in Soccer Aid.

He said: "I absolutely loved it, we stopped at Knutsford Services and I took Ronaldinho, Cafu and Dida to a Greggs.

"We were in some place in Chelsea... I get a tap on the shoulder, it's Prince Harry and he goes 'I want to go to Fernando's.

"He was there all night, he was getting involved, he was on the Jagerbombs.

"That's just Soccer Aid for you.

"I remember again I was at Fulham I went in for a shower after training, he (Roy Keane) is in there on his own.

"I took in every sud on this warrior's body.

"The amount of money Unicef has raised for those games, you have such a good time, it's win win."