Love Island star returning to old job three years after winning the show | The Sun

A LOVE Island star is returning to his old job three years after winning the dating show.

Finley Tapp has shared with fans that he's quit reality TV and going back to playing football.

The 23-year-old took to his Instagram account to share the exciting update.

Alongside a snap of him in his jersey and shorts on the pitch, he wrote: "Buzzing to have signed for Banbury Utd!

"Couldn’t be happier to finally get back to doing something I love doing.

"It’s been a long time coming to get the boots back on but I’m so pleased I did.

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"It’s been a tough couple of months putting my head down and working hard to get myself back fit, but I’m feeling good and looking forward to the season getting underway."

Fans quickly rushed to congratulate Finley on his career news and wished him the best of luck.

Commenting on the post, one said: "Amazing! So happy for you congrats."

A second wrote: "About time fella, well done."

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"Here we go! Congrats it's amazing news," said a third.

While a fourth commented: "Well done Finn gramp will be looking down and cheering you on."

Finley won Love Island back three years ago with his now ex Paige Turley.

The pair split up in April of this year with Paige recently speaking to The Sun about whether she'd return to the TV villa now she's single.

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