Leeds United are in Austria at the moment, as they prepare for the upcoming 2017-18 Championship campaign.
Pre-season training has started, and while Leeds are in Austria, they will also feature in two friendly matches - against German club Borussia Monchengladbach and Spanish side Eibar.
The Leeds players were training on Saturday, and among those who attended the session was Samuel Saiz, who joined the West Yorkshire outfit in the summer transfer window.
The 26-year-old attacking player made the move to the Championship club from Spanish Segunda Division outfit SD Huesca on a four-year contract.
According to The Yorkshire Evening Post, the Whites have had to pay Huesca a transfer fee of £3 million in order to secure the services of Saiz, who can operate as a forward or as an attacking midfielder.
Saiz has arrived at Elland Road with a strong reputation, and the following goal he scored in training on Saturday gives a glimpse into what he is capable of.
There were two goalkeepers between the posts, but the former Real Madrid youngster could still score. Perhaps this is a sign of things to come from the Spaniard.