Ryan Mason proved a diamond in the rough as he capitalised on a disappointing season for Tottenham Hotspur.
Handed a rare first-team opportunity in the club's Capital One Cup tie versus Nottingham Forest, the youngster took his chance with aplomb. 31 Premier league appearances later, and now, alongside Harry Kane, he is touted as the the next big thing at White Hart Lane.
Below is a round-up of some of the more significant figures and stats the England international midfielder has recorded over the course of his breakthrough campaign.
Ryan Mason ended the season having made 31 appearances in total, in 29 of which he was named in Mauricio Pochettino's starting line-up.
He has just the one goal to his name this season, having converted a mere 3% of his attempts at goal.
Mason has been Tottenham's fourth most creative player this term; fashioning 29 key passes in total.
His four assists see him ranked third at White Hart Lane, behind only Erik Lamela (7) and Nacer Chadli (5).
Averaging 42.45 passes in each appearance, Mason is also the club's third most prolific player in this key area.
He completed 84% of his attempts to find a team-mate throughout the course of the season.
In the Europa League he featured on three occasions, completing 93% of his total passes.
Mason made 62 tackles throughout the season, averaging two per game. Again, he ranks third at White Hart Lane.
The Englishman has made a joint-highest four defensive errors, alongside Federico Fazio and Eric Dier.
With 10 yellow cards to his name, Mason has been Spurs' least disciplined player by a fair distance.