Stipe Perica is faring well in Holland - scoring his second and third goals of the season.
Much has been made in recent weeks of the amount of players Chelsea currently have out on loan across the world.
The club currently have 26 players, young and old, out on temporary spells from Chile to Crete.
Of course many of them head to Holland to play with sister club Vitesse Arnhem. However one loanee in Holland is not at the Gelredome. Instead the player in question, Stipe Perica, is at NAC Breda.
The Croatian starlet joined Chelsea from Zadar in 2013 and was immediately loaned out to NAC for a season loan last term.
He scored six goals in 26 appearances for the club last season and they decided to keep him on for another term in 2014-15.
And yesterday the 19-year-old gave everyone a glimpse at his talents once again.
NAC Breda were thrashed at home by Dutch giants Ajax in the Eredivisie yesterday, losing 5-2.
But the two goals came courtesy of their Croatian under-21 international. He scored a well won header before he dummied his way into position to strike home the second goal.
His record for the season is now three goals in five games, an impressive early return, as he hopes to prove himself worthy of a Chelsea future.