A heartbreaking shrine in memory of a promising young footballer has been set up at the scene of his death by his devastated family and friends.

Balloons, flowers, photos and football shirts adorn a fence close to where 17-year-old Luca Skivington sadly passed away on the night of Tuesday, August 6.

The car he was travelling in - a black BMW 118 - came off the road at Windsor End, Beaconsfield, and ploughed into an electricity substation.

The other occupants of the car were rushed to hospital but Luca, who played for Burnham FC, sadly died at the scene.

In a heartbreaking message left at the scene, one of the other people in the car at the time of the crash said they "loved Luca more than I can explain".

The tribute says: "I still don't believe this has happened.

"Luca did not suffer when he died. I know he is watching down on his family and close friends and everyone around him loves him more than they can explain.

"Everything I do from now on is for you Luca. I will take care of your mum and dad and little brother and never forget about you."

Another tribute reads: "I'm so sorry something this tragic has come to someone with such a kind heart. My love and thoughts are with everyone this has touched. Fly high and rest easy".

A heart-rending message from Luca's father Glenn Skivington, the chairman of Burnham FC, reads: "You need to play your heart out for the angels now son. Dad xxxx"

Another tribute described Luca as a "true warrior on and off the pitch".

Police are still investigating the crash and say no arrests have been made.

Officers are still appealing for information - if you can help with the investigation, call 101 quoting reference 43190242139.