A MAN has admitted killing a "one in a million" father-of-four who died after he was punched on a night out. 

Paul Ologbose died from serious head injuries after being hit once to the head shortly before 1.55am on Sunday, January 23.

The incident took place outside Kensington Tavern on Kensington Drive, Leigh.

The 57-year-old window cleaner, who lived on Kenilworth Drive in Leigh, died as a result of his injuries later that day.

At a brief hearing at Manchester Crown Court, Paul Brierley, 43, entered a guilty plea to a charge of manslaughter.

Brierley, of Hendon Street, Leigh, is now due to be sentenced in April.

In a tribute following his death, Paul's family, said: "Our beautiful dad, Paul, passed away surrounded by his four children, brother and family on January 23.

"He was taken from us too soon, and in the worst way possible, which as a family, we will never get our heads around.

"Our dad was a family man who loved all his children and grandchildren very much, and made a big impact on so many people's lives.

"Everybody loved him for who he was, a loving caring person who would help anyone in need.

"Our dad was the go-to person for anything to do with engines, he could fix anything! He loved his job, with window cleaning meaning everything to him.

"Our dad had his business for 31 years and loved every single day of it. He would make time for all his customers, even if it was because he seen a car he liked in their garden, or to ask for a brew with three sugars.

"Our dad was one in a million. We hope you are dancing away to your Bob Marley music and wearing your Bob Marley hat which you never took off. Your two grandchildren love you so much."