The reported Tottenham Hotspur target enhanced his reputation with a goal in the 2-0 win over Austria.
If Vincent Janssen is trying to improve his chances of being picked up by a big club this summer, he is certainly going the right way about it.
The 21-year-old striker netted again on Saturday as the Netherlands beat Austria 2-0 in a friendly, scoring after nine minutes, before Newcastle United's Georginio Wijnaldum fired a second on 66 minutes to kill off the game as a contest.
For Janssen, it was his second international goal this week having also found the net against Poland - a run of form which will make Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino perk up.
Sure, they were only friendlies, but The Mirror reported that the Spurs manager flew to Dublin to watch him in the Netherlands' 1-1 draw with the Republic of Ireland in another non-competitive outing last month.
The AZ Alkmaar hitman, who netted 30 times in all competitions for the Dutch outfit this past season, is certainly making quite a name for himself these days.
But the Mirror reported that Spurs were reluctant to pay the £15 million needed to prise him away from the Eredivisie side, though the Lilywhites may stump up the cash given that his stock continues to rise.
The North Londoners certainly need back-up for Harry Kane next term for what promises to be a gruelling campaign, with Champions League around the corner, but time will tell whether Janssen is the man.