Rumoured to be interesting EFL Championship leaders Wolves, the dynamic winger is one of the heirs to the Sultan of Brunei’s £15bn fortune.
His dad is Jefri Bolkiah, a brother of the oil tycoon, so that makes Faiq a member of their royal family.
After playing youth football for AFC Newbury, Faiq signed a 1-year deal with Southampton’s famed youth academy in 2009.
Jefri was also believed to have owned 2,300 cars at the height of his wealth, including a fleet of Bentleys, Ferraris and Rolls-Royces.However, his pride and joy is a yacht inappropriately called ‘Tits’ which had tenders called ‘Nipple 1’ and ‘Nipple 2’.
Faiq’s father paid Jacko around £12.5 million for the privilege, which was chump change for the Brunei royal family back then.
“I’ve played football since as early as I can remember and from a young age I’ve always enjoyed going out on the field and having the ball at my feet,” Faiq once said in a rare interview.