The youngster signed for Leeds United from Barcelona in the summer.
The arrival of Victor Orta at Leeds United prompted a major overhaul of both their first-team and their under-23 sides this summer, and arguably the pick of the bunch - at least in terms of potential - was Kun Temenuzhkov.
He may only be 17, but there is a reason he was nicknamed the Bulgarian Bomber during his time at Barcelona, and if he reaches his full potential Leeds could have a bona fide superstar on their hands.
It is very early days and Kun is still getting comfortable in his new surroundings, yet he is widely regarded as one of the most exciting teenagers in world football and his signing is a massive coup for a Leeds side clearly building an academy fit for a Premier League club.
Kun's emergence is not only great news for Leeds but also for Bulgaria, a country that once had some of the best players in Europe but have fallen away in recent years.
It is a long time since a side inspired by Hristo Stoichkov lit up the 1994 World Cup, becoming everyone's favourite second team, but the new Leeds addition is being talked up as a potential heir to the famous forward.
The path to footballing stardom is long and arduous, yet both club and country will be hoping the 17-year-old sensation, at Leeds via Bulgaria and Barcelona, successfully navigates it.