The signing of Roberto Firmino from Hoffenheim represents a major coup for Liverpool with the Brazilian boasting a fine record in front of goal as well as a substantial amount of flair to boot.
With 32 goals to his name from the past two seasons in Germany, the 23-year-old's excellent return has also prompted the a call-up to the Brazil national team squad.
And it's with both Hoffenheim and the Selecao that he has been able to show off a rather unique, if potentially frustrating, trademark trick in front of goal.
Dubbed the no-look finish, this neat move sees Firmino turn his head away from the goal before burying the ball into the net.
He's so far used it on two notable occasions for club and country.
One instance came during a potentially tricky Bundesliga encounter with Wolfsburg in which the striker delicately flicked the ball beyond the Wolves 'keeper before finishing, without looking, into the empty net.
Odd yet somehow brilliant, Firmino has also pulled the same trick out of the bag for the Selecao with similarly predictable results.
This time around the goal came in a friendly encounter with Chile at the Emirates in North London but the finish was no less cheeky.
On both occasions Firmino has shown a willingness to do something rather special on the big stage in potentially tricky games with Wolfsburg and Chile for his respective teams.
And we, for one, would not be surprised to see the trick repeated in the Premier League this season.
We won't want to look away for that one though.