Tottenham youngster Shilow Tracey starred at the weekend for the club's under-18 side.
Tracey was a January signing from Ebbsfleet United, with the 17-year-old going into their academy rather than the first team.
The midfielder's versatility has shone since making the move, even filling in at right-back.
Tracey's attacking instincts stood out at the weekend, orchestrating a 7-3 victory against Wolves.
The club's official website reported that Tracey helped create three of the goals, including an assist for the opener for Tashan Oakley-Boothe.
Oakley-Boothe is another name to watch, with his goal coming on his very first start for the under-18s. He also went on to provide two assists.
Late last month Tottenham's under-18 side beat Arsenal 4-0 and West Brom 4-3 but followed this up with back-to-back losses against Leicester and Sunderland.
SkySports reported in January that Tottenham beat competition from a number of sides to seal Tracey's signature, after he impressed on trial late last year, and hope he can eventually follow Dele Alli's path into the first team.