When Chelsea signed Thorgan Hazard in 2012 his older brother Eden proclaimed that of the two of them his little brother was in fact the better player. Two years on and it looks like he might be on to something.
Thorgan has been sensational during his loan spell at Zulte Waregem in his Belgian homeland and recently was awarded Belgian Football of the Year to add to his already prestigious award the Belgian Golden Show. He is now a full Belgium international and is also on the standby list for Belgium at this summer's World Cup in Brazil.
So he has certainly done well.
This week has seen plenty of speculation surrounding the future of this talented 21-year-old, with Liverpool and Everton said to be keen on bringing him in on loan for the 2014-15 season.
So today looks like being his final game for his loan club, where he has become something of a legend.
Zulte take on Club Brugge in a game which is a dead rubber for them later today. It is the final game of the Belgian championship play-offs and Essevee can not finish any higher or lower than fourth in the final standings.
So it will instead be a chance for Hazard to say goodbye to his team-mates for the past two years and any fans that travel for the game.
And Chelsea should also thank Zulte. They have made Thorgan Hazard the centrepiece of their team and he has come on leaps and bounds as a consequence.
If he ever makes it to be as prominent as his brother at Chelsea than a debt will be owed to Zulte Waregem in allowing him to grow into the player he is today.