Aston Villa's Rushian Hepburn Murphy in action
Aston Villa youngster Rushian Hepburn-Murphy hit a brace to help the club's under-23 side to a win over non-league Tamworth Town.
The 17-year-old chose the perfect time to make an impact, with the Championship season just days away.
Hepburn-Murphy is one of the club's most highly rated prospects, and was handed his debut by Tim Sherwood at the end of 2015.
He expressed his delight at his goalscoring exploits on Twitter after the game, thanking his teammates.
Hepburn-Murphy missed much of last season due to injury but bounced back to feature for the under-21 side, and then another Premier League appearance.
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He is the club's youngest ever Premier League player and second youngest of all time, and there are high hopes for him from all at the club.
His brace against Tamworth could have thrown him into contention for a place on the bench this weekend against Sheffield Wednesday, but if not, he could still have a role to play over the course of a long Championship season.
Here is a look at how fans reacted on Twitter to his display...
What a great prospect Rushian H-Murphy is he reminds me so much of a young Dwight Yorke #avfc— matt butler (@mattbutler17) August 2, 2016
Rush needs to be around the first team this year. Think he's ready, especially for the Championship #avfc— Niall (@NiallBowes) August 2, 2016