Tributes have poured in for 11 year old Harry Moseley who lost his battle against brain cancer on Saturday night after a four year battle with the disease.

England captain John Terry (pictured with Frank Lampard), who met Harry as part of Moseley's charity campaign to help sufferers of brain cancer said Harry "had a lasting effect on all the players when we met him."

Moseley from Birmingham was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour in 2007.

In 2009 he won “kindest kid” for his efforts to raise money and awareness about the disease.

Harry’s mother, Georgina, Tweeted: "My brave inspirational boy fell asleep in my arms at 11.10pm."
"Suddenly our world is a very dark and cruel place."

High profile charity campaigner Sarah Brown, and wife of former prime minister Gordon, tweeted: "What a great guy who achieved so much in 11 years. Enjoyed meeting Harry and proud owner of his charity."

Dragons’ Den businessman Peter Jones wrote: "Goodbye @harry_moseley you’ll be deeply missed but we’ll never forget what an inspiration you were."

Harry’s charity, Help Harry Help Others, backed by the England football team raised £85,000 by selling coloured bracelets.

Richard Taylor, from Cancer Research UK, also paid tribute saying:

"Even when faced with a life-threatening illness he retained his cheeky persona and drive to help others," he said.