A Glasgow pizza boss is set to open four new restaurants as part of a huge expansion.
Brad Stevens, founder of popular city centre eatery Pizza Punks, revealed that he is soon opening new eateries in Edinburgh, Manchester, Cardiff and Birmingham, our sister title The Herald reported.
The already UK-wide chain also has plans to expand into "four other major university cities" later on.
Brad Stevens said: "We are extremely excited about where Pizza Punks is at, both as a brand and a business, and the opportunities it has for significant further growth.
"We've seen very strong sales across the entire Pizza Punks portfolio, which has driven record sales for us recently.
"This has come off the back of exceeding our budget expectations, as well as getting our labour and cost of sales into a healthy position during our last financial year.
"We have reviewed our options for expansion and have identified the next cities we are keen to bring the Pizza Punks experience to, working closely with FRP to identify funding options for our next stage of growth into Edinburgh, Manchester, Cardiff and Birmingham.
"We are feeling really positive about what the future holds for Pizza Punks."