A Wimbledon man has won himself £50,000 during a "Dragons' Den-style" event.

Landon Vago-Hughes has created an app called Cluttr, which he hopes will help housemates live in harmony.

Along with co-founders Tunde Alao and Boateng Opoku-Yeboah, Mr Vago-Hughes took out the prize at the 'Future Worlds', and event for start-up companies hosted by the University of Southampton.

A third year Mechanical Engineering student at Southampton, the Wimbledon man says Cluttr will help housemates manage their bills, chores and shopping list all in one place.

“With some sacrifice and determination, entrepreneurs can make such a large impact on society,” he said.

“The on-going problem solving and quick-paced environment of start-ups gets me out of bed every morning.

“Our app takes care of the potentially awkward tasks so that dream of living in harmony with your friends can be realised.

"In 10 years’ time, we’re aiming to see six million users across the world using our application to make their lives easier and stress free.”

Cluttr was one of six student start-ups pitched in front of a live audience and was the only design to receive the unanimous backing of all investors.

Future Worlds director, Dr Reuben Wilcock, said: “It’s been great to see an infectious entrepreneurial culture building on campus in recent years which now seen over £450,000 pledged on-stage to student start-ups at our four annual pitching events.

"The student entrepreneurs really impressed the investors on Saturday with their passion, professionalism and presentation, and it will be exciting to see what their fledgling businesses can achieve in the coming years.

"Two start-ups from the 2017 showcase are now valued at over £1m and will be based in silicon valley and London from this summer.

"Future Worlds will be mentoring Cluttr and the other start-ups as they continue their entrepreneurial journeys alongside their studies and strive to impact society with their innovations.”