Serge Gnabry produced a fantastic performance for Arsenal's under-21 side to serve a timely reminder of his talent.
The teenager has had a nightmare 2014/15 to date, with injuries keeping him out of the Gunners first team.
He returned to full training last month, and last night against Wolves he was outstanding as Arsenal won 4-0.
Gnabry had a hand in three goals, scoring twice and providing one assist in the comprehensive victory.
Arsenal's under-21 side have been in poor form of late, and Gnabry's influence was welcome last night.
The winger made an impact on the first team last season, even attracting the attention of German international coach Jogi Low, who had come to watch Mesut Ozil and Lukas Podolski and come away impressed by the winger.
Gnabry has been a rising star at Arsenal for a few years now and the 19-year-old's progress had been well on track until this season.
With Theo Walcott's long term future at the club in doubt, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain potentially having more of a future in central midfield, Gnabry could yet emerge as Arsenal's first choice winger if he can stay fit.
His performance still may be enough to earn a first team appearance in Arsenal's final two Premier League games, with a top four place already secured.
Arsenal fans were highly impressed by his display, and took to Twitter to rave about his impact...
Gnabry is unreal, hope he gets a run out with the 1st team before the season ends! He had Joachim Löw watching the Arsenal U21s last season— Aaron. (@AJohn96_) May 18, 2015
Serge Gnabry on fire tonight— Callum Wakeham (@wakeham_callum) May 18, 2015
Gnabry running riot for the U21s, 2 goals and a assist. Good to see.— Nathaniel (@NathanielC_97) May 18, 2015
Gnabry is something special man— KanyeSouth (@Lightest_Lighty) May 18, 2015
Gnabry is clearly to good for the U21's, needs to be more in the 1st team next season IMO— Marco Verratti (@PassThePadFam) May 18, 2015
Serge Gnabry has transformed Arsenal's u21s. Forgotten man after his injuries, was scoring in the Prem 18 months ago.— Oscar Wood (@Reunewal) May 18, 2015
If Theo isn't starting and Ox is injured, we should play Gnabry. Arguably our best talent. Actually, he is our best talent.— Kai (@ozrikk) May 18, 2015
Gnabry > Walcott— Özil (@DailyMesut) May 18, 2015
Make or break season for Gnabry next year— Spencer (@spenzo97) May 18, 2015