The Tottenham fullback has done his first team chances no harm at all after making his first two starts under Mauricio Pochettino.
DeAndre Yedlin seems to be making an impression on tour with Tottenham in their post-season friendlies in South-East Asia and Australia.
The fullback played every minute of the two exhibition matches, impressing in the 2-1 win over a Malaysia XI initially, before helping Spurs keep a clean sheet as they played against Sydney FC just three days later.
The latter match saw the 21-year-old showcase his blistering pace both from an attacking and defensive perspective, as Yedlin burst forward down the right on more than one occasion but was also able to cover runners that had gotten beyond the Spurs back four.
And it led Tottenham fans on the club's website voting him their man of the match for the 1-0 victory in Australia, beating out both Nabil Bentaleb and goalscorer Harry Kane as he won 55.7% of the votes.
Yedlin's positive impression is welcome for supporters, who have been desperate to see the US international in action since he arrived from Seattle Sounders in January.
Mauricio Pochettino has been careful with the fullback's introduction to English football though, giving him just a brief runout during a home loss to Aston Villa, and instead concentrating on helping him settle in London and at the club.
But he is sure to be a little closer to the first team picture for the next season if he continues to feature, and star, in Tottenham's matches over the summer.