Luke Littler has taken to social media to show off a new haircut ahead of Thursday’s Premier League action.
The teenager has made a strong start to the competition so far, picking up five points.
That’s the same amount as Michael van Gerwen, who beat Littler despite appearing to break the rules during their showdown earlier this week.
On social media, Littler was tagged in a post by Hamido barbers, who are based in Warrington.
Luke Littler has shown off his new haircut on social media
They included a snap of Littler’s new haircut on their story, saying: “Back for a freshen up @lukethenukelittler.”
The teenager’s sides were cut short, with his hair swept to his right.
Littler is still adjusting to life in the public eye having only just recently become a household name.
The youngster was relatively unknown prior to the start of the World Darts Championship, which started in December.
But Littler made the final of that competition and has continued his impressive form in the time since.
He was unlucky to lose to Van Gerwen on Thursday night, missing two match darts as he crashed to defeat.
And Littler admitted he was ‘disappointed’ by the result, having pushed his experienced opponent all the way in Berlin.
After the match, Van Gerwen was asked whether his matches with Littler are ‘special’.
Yet the Dutchman said: “That’s not true, [facing Littler] is not special.
“It’s not special because we’re going to have finals like this another 10 times this year.
“I mean we play each other so many times that it’s not going to be special.”
He then added: “But of course it’s important.
“You have to play well if you want to be on top… I thought I played better than everyone else tonight.
“I think I can play like this a lot more at times.”
Littler, meanwhile, has revealed he plays Xbox until the early hours of the morning on a regular basis – just like many other youngsters around his age.
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Speaking to the Daily Mail, he shed light on his quirky routine by saying: “I don’t know why but I am always up until, like, 2am or 3am on my Xbox.
“I wake up at 1pm or 2pm and I do the same every day.
Luke Littler is set to play in the Premier League in Glasgow on Thursday night
“I might need to get in a routine of going to bed at a normal time – I never see the morning.
“I get up, I go on my Xbox, when I get bored of that, I go on the practice board, and when I get bored of that, I go back on my Xbox.”