The 18-year-old Celtic prodigy continues to earn rave reviews.
The dream continues for Kieran Tierney - although it's a bit of a nightmare for the rest of the Celtic side at the moment.
Indeed, the teenager was handed another start against Molde in the Europa League by boss Ronny Deila and duly delivered another barnstorming performance for the Bhoys.
But Celtic as a whole were very poor indeed, losing 2-1 at home to the Norwegian side, which leaves them on just two points from four group-stage games.
Former Crystal Palace striker and television presenter Mark Bright took to Twitter, though, to heap praise on young Tierney.
I'm having @celticfc Kieran Tierney all day long, driving force...— Brighty (@Mark__Bright) November 5, 2015
Meanwhile, Dylan McGeouch, who left Celtic for Hibernian this summer, also took to social media.
Indeed, he felt 18-year-old Tierney was 'outstanding' against Molde on Thursday night.
Ironically, then, it's Celtic's newbie who is currently leading the way for the Bhoys in terms of drive, determination and overall quality.
What will be most worrying for head coach Deila is the lack of passion the rest of his Celtic team showed. In Tierney, however, the Scottish champions certainly have a fighter. Just not enough to make up for the poor form of his colleagues.