The classy attacker has given Manchester City a much-needed boost as they look to achieve success on the continent.
Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne has told Sky Sports how he feels his side's chances of progressing to the Champions League semi-final have greatly improved, following their 2-2 draw in Paris last night.
The 24-year-old Belgium international told reporters there is a long way to go, but thinks his side hold the advantage:
"There are still 90 minutes to play and we know it is going to be a tough game next week. PSG will go there to score goals but a lot of people will now see the chances more for us than they did before."
The former Chelsea and Wolfsburg man went on to praise City's character, and backed his team-mate - Fernando, to bounce back from his costly error:
"Obviously in the moment it is a little bit tough for him (Fernando) and everybody is a little bit angry but after that it is over. It happened and I think to come away from here with a draw is a good result for us. I think it was a difficult game but that is what we expected. We showed a lot of character."
De Bruyne has missed the last two months of the Citizen's campaign with a knee injury, but has looked lively in his first two games back.
He scored a sublime volley at Bournemouth on Saturday, and put his team ahead at the Parc des Princes last night with a neat finish.
City will need their Belgian star to be firing on all cylinders for the remainder of the season, as they look to ensure qualification for next season's Champions League.