Daniel Crowley found the back of the net for Arsenal's under-19 side against Anderlecht on Tuesday, in a tournament in which he just can't stop scoring.
The 17-year-old has become the team's leading attacking force, even if he could not stop the Gunners losing 2-1 to a talented Belgian side.
In the five games in the tournament so far this season, Crowley has five goals, and also has four assists to his name.
He also has three goals in 10 under-21 appearances this campaign, showing he is also adept of stepping up a further level.
Crowley was signed from Aston Villa's academy in the summer of 2013 and was immediately hailed by the media as the 'next Jack Wilshere', but the two do seems like very different players.
This is mainly due to Crowley's regular goalscoring, with him admitting the defensive part of his game is the area he needs to work on, the opposite to England international Wilshere.
Crowley is also an England youth international and his form is making Arsenal snapping him up look like one of the best decisions they may have made at academy level in recent years.
He is doing absolutely everything to suggest he can go on and make it at first team level, and it would not surprise anybody to see him get his opportunity in next summer's pre-season tour.