The Manchester United defender impressed for his country at the weekend.
Manchester United fans have not had many chances to see summer signing Victor Lindelof in action thus far, with the centre-back omitted from the starting line-up since his appearance in the Super Cup final last month.
However, anyone watching Sweden's World Cup qualifier against Belarus on Sunday will have seen the 23-year-old put in a stellar performance, suggesting his confidence has not been dented despite his lack of starts since he swapped Benfica for United.
With Eric Bailly and Phil Jones suspended for the upcoming Champions League clash with FC Basel, Lindelof will start alongside Chris Smalling at the heart of United's defence and he kept up his fitness with a 90-minute outing against Belarus.
Sweden ran out 4-0 winners, with the United defender providing some brilliant passes from the back, which is one of the key reasons Jose Mourinho will have brought him to Old Trafford.
Lindelof is a composed, quality centre-back who will in time become an integral player for both club and country.
After the match we took to Twitter to see what United fans thought of the defender's latest performance and you can read a selection of what we found below:
Lindelof had a decent game for Sweden today. His balls out the back were very good.— Alozie (@Aloz1e) September 4, 2017
If all our CB's (Jones, Rojo, Bailly, Blind, Smalling & Lindelof) can play at this high level throughout the season, we're in for a treat.— Michael MUFC Fanatic (@MUFC767) September 3, 2017
Victor Lindelof with a virtual assist for Sweden's third goal today. Great delivery. pic.twitter.com/bnnygRvUDW— José (@MourinhoMindset) September 3, 2017
@SayNoMore33 good individual performances by blind and lindelof this afternoon. Blind especially..overlapping runs and good crosses in box— Rishi P (@rishman9) September 3, 2017
Amazing pass from Lindelof on Swedens third goal.— MerlinUnited (@MerlinUnited) September 3, 2017
Happy enough as well with JM easing Lindelof in. Can see him being a very good defender for us in the near future.— Mark Lenehan (@MarkLenehan) September 3, 2017