Love Island star Harry Young's family say he could return to his job as a car salesman after being brutally dumped from the villa.

The hunky Scot, from Wishaw, joined this year's Casa Amor line-up but was sent packing alongside five fellow contestants during last night's drama-packed episode.

In the explosive show, the 24-year-old only had four days on Love Island before leaving single after the nail-biting recoupling.

His family have now revealed he could ditch the influencer life and return to his job as a car salesman at Arnold Clark in Motherwell because he 'loves it'.

In a Q&A on Harry's Instagram page, which is currently being run by his brother, a fan asked if he would consider going back to his job.

The hunky Scot, from Wishaw, joined this year's Casa Amor line-up

"We assume so as he loves his job," was the reply.

Before entering the villa, Harry - who is also a qualified football referee - said he loves his job as it allows him to “have banter all day with customers”.

He said: “I’ve been a car salesman for about three years. All you do is speak to people, I love it.

“You’re having banter all day with customers. As long as you can relate to a customer and have a laugh with them, you’ve nearly sold them a car by that point.

“People buy off people, as long as you get that connection with the person, you’ve sold the car.”

The 24-year-old only had four days on Love Island before leaving single

His customers appear to agree with one posting online: “I would like to mention the extraordinary young man who helped me find my dream car, Harry Young.

“Harry’s kind nature and wealth of car knowledge made this one of the easiest sales of the year! Boy deserves a raise, thank you Harry!”

Another reviewer wrote: “Bought a car from Arnold Clark, Motherwell from car salesman Harry Young.

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“Harry was very patient with my indecisiveness and in the end got the car and deal I was after.”

Harry initially applied to Love Island to mend a broken heart.

Harry is also a qualified football referee

The Glasgow lad won a place to join the cast of the reality TV dating show after being selected from thousands of applicants who submitted their details via Tinder.

He said: “I’ve been single for a year and a half and previously went through heartbreak.

"Covid then hit so I haven’t had the chance to date. Over the past year it was easier to start off an initial conversation online because pubs and clubs were closed.”

He said: “People say they can hear me before they can see me. I’m that type of person, if I’m on a night out or at work, I’m there for a laugh and the banter.

“My mum would say I’m a kind, caring person and my brother would say I am daft and loud! I think both of them would say I’m confident and a people person.”