The 21-year-old impressed for West Ham on Friday night.
West Ham United's Development Squad pulled off what their senior side couldn't manage on Friday night when they beat Manchester City 2-1.
And youngster Dan Potts got plenty of praise from supporters on Twitter after scoring and starring all round for his father Steve Potts's side against City.
West Ham fans were encouraged by the performance Potts put in and there was talk of him providing a back-up for Aaron Cresswell next season.
Should Potts sufficiently impress for the Hammers, that could well be on the horizon, although he will have to compete with Stephen Hendrie, signed for next season from Hamilton Academical - and who was also in action in the Scottish Premiership on Friday night.
Gold had taken to social media to defend the club's recent reduction for future season ticket prices but ended up having a number of supporters tell him Carroll is dispensable to the club.
Back to Friday night's proceedings, however, and here's what West Ham fans made of 21-year-old Potts's performance for the Development Squad during the 2-1 win over Manchester City:
Dan Potts is the perfect back up for Cresswell.— Brett Moore (@BoleynBoy1895) April 24, 2015