Chelsea won their second pre-season friendly out of two at the weekend, with a 3-2 win at AFC Wimbledon.
Key to their win was young midfielder Lewis Baker, who continued his fine form at the end of 2013/14.
Baker, 19, provided all three assists in the victory, setting up two goals for John Terry and another for Mohamed Salah.
His contribution certainly impressed Terry, with the captain commenting to the club's website:
"He [Baker] puts a great ball in, it was a great delivery, and I said to him if he hits it at the first post I will be get there, and thankfully I did get there and we won the game."
Baker himself said that he was keen to make an impact, and will have been delighted with his contribution.
"There are a lot of young boys in this pre-season at the moment and we all try to do our best when we are with the first team. An impression is what we have to make and in the second half we did."
Baker demonstrated that he may be the best of any of Chelsea's youngsters to make the transition to the first team immediately.
He ended the season last year by firing Chelsea to winning the FA Youth Cup, and scoring the winner in the Premier League under-21 final against Manchester United.
Baker scored a total of 17 goals for Chelsea's youth teams last season from central midfield, providing eight assists.