Tottenham Hotspur starlet Kazaiah Sterling once again made the headlines after scoring the second in a 2-0 win over Holland for England under-18s.
The Daily Mail, who singled him out as the star man when Tottenham under-18s beat Chelsea's youth team back in March, reported that he scored the second goal in a controlled performance against the Dutch youth team.
It was the 16-year-old's first game for the England under-18 side, and it seems he made quite an impression as he continues his fine form in 2015.
Sterling could get another chance to make an impression on England youth coach Neil Dewsnip as soon as Saturday evening as England face Holland yet again in the second instalment of a double header.
Does Sterling have a big future at White Hart Lane?
The 16-year-old is arguably one of England's best up-and-coming prospects at the minute, and certainly one for the youth coaches at Spurs and St. George's Park to get excited about.
Although he has impressed at both club and international level above his age level, it's logical the next step would be to go even higher and earn a place in Spurs' under-21 side and make an impact in the youth Premier League.
He is definitely one player for supporters to keep an eye on over the next few years, as long as Mauricio Pochettino continues to show faith in the young players coming through the system at White Hart Lane.