Brooklyn Beckham is keeping his career options ''open''.

The 16-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham recently revealed he'd passed all of his GCSE exams and although he's played youth soccer for English club Arsenal, Brooklyn is unsure if he wants to follow his father into the world of professional sports.

He told Miss Vogue magazine: ''I love football but I'm also very passionate about photography and film.

''I'm keeping my options open right now but I'm hoping to study art and philosophy in the US once I have finished my A-levels.''

Brooklyn's remarks come shortly after a report claimed he was eager to pursue a career in the movie business, having been inspired by his dad's cameo role in Guy Ritchie's new film 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E'.

A source explained: ''He has recently signed to a modelling agency. It appears he has a lot of potential for a career in the industry.

''He is incredibly photogenic and has the handsome looks to be considered for some high-profile, big-money work. Now he has been encouraged to look into a Hollywood career which he is very excited about. He is yet to sign with an agent though.''