Known as Ramelldo, Tottenham's academy boy wonder from West London has become a social media star with 128,000 Instagram followers.
He is endorsed by Nike, has been initiated as one of The F2 tricksters and will now be starring in JD Sports' festive advert.
He has recently set up a YouTube page and already has more than 44,000 subscribers to his videos.
Carter, who trains with Spurs three times a week and is formerly of Queens Park Rangers, is one of the most well-known 11-year-olds on the planet.
But that hasn't stopped him knowing where his priorities lie.
Asked earlier this year what motivates him, Carter told HypeBeast in August: "My mum, and knowing I want to be a footballer when I grow up.
Carter is yet to find his perfect position, currently flitting between attacking midfielder and striker.
With his fast feet and seemingly innate ability when it comes to skills, it's no surprise Carter is inspired by Brazil's Ronaldinho.
The youngster said: "He is just a legend, one of the best.
"I also look up to Pele, Maradona, Zidane, Neymar, Messi. Neymar is the younger one, so I want to be like him when I am older
"I want to come up from a young age and be one of the best in the world."
Carter actually got into sport with boxing after being taken to a gym by his grandfather for an hour-and-a-half each day.
But a coach in the gym worked at QPR and asked Carter to go down to the club's training ground.
Now, he's risen to be one of the most talented 11-year-olds in football.
Carter wants to spend a day with Real Madrid and meet Ronaldinho and Cristiano Ronaldo, but his long-term goal is closer to home.
He said: "I think it would be an achievement if I get my mum to move out where we are living now."
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