Harry Clark has signed with a top agent after getting advice from Gary Neville.

Harry Clark has signed with a top talent agent

Harry Clark has signed with a top talent agent

The 23-year-old former army engineer is looking to carve out a career in television after winning the latest series of 'The Traitors' and has now revealed how Sky Sports football pundit and ex-England defender Gary, 48, advised him that he would just need a good lawyer to succeed.

Harry told The Sun newspaper's TVBiz column: "Gary Neville stayed true to his word to provide me with amazing legal advice.

“I met over 15 agencies and feel InterTalent are perfectly placed to guide me. Things are looking exciting already"

Harry - who won £95,000 after conning his fellow contestants into believing he was a Faithful on the hit BBC reality show when in fact he had been a Traitor the whole time - has now joined a client roster at Inter Talent that includes the likes of 'Strictly Come Dancing' judge Shirley Ballas, former 'EastEnders' star Ross Kemp and footballer Vinnie Jones.

Just weeks ago, it was claimed that Harry is in talks to appear on this year's edition of 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!'

A source told The Sunday Mirror newspaper: "' The Traitors' was so huge this year and since they left, the finalists’ feet have barely touched the ground. All of them have been swamped and, as the winner, Harry has been at the centre of the whirlwind.

“Since the win, he has been approached by casting directors from ITV who want him to appear in the jungle this year. He would be a great get for them and he is seriously considering saying yes – it would be a really incredible opportunity.”