It's unlikely that many West Ham United fans would've tuned in to watch Montenegro's World Cup qualifying defeat by Denmark on Thursday. But those who did might have spotted a familiar name in Montenegro's squad: Sead Haksabanovic.
The 18-year-old midfielder joined West Ham for £2.7 million in the summer but he is the only pre-season signing yet to play in the Premier League for them. In fact, the highly-rated prospect hasn't even been named in a matchday squad for a league game by manager Slaven Bilic as of yet.
He made his debut in the 3-0 League Cup win over Bolton last month and did show promising signs of getting into the game in spite of a slow start, but Bilic withdrew him after an hour and the teenager hasn't been seen since.
But it's interesting that Haksabanovic - who has one cap for his country - can make the squad for World Cup qualifiers but he's nowhere to be seen at West Ham.
More significantly, we know Bilic to be a manager who is only too happy to give young players a chance to shine, having given Premier League debuts to a 16-year-old Reece Oxford and 18-year-old Declan Rice over the past three years.
It is worth noting that international teams have a bigger matchday squad than club teams, with Haksabanovic one of 12 players on the bench last night.
There is nothing to suggest Bilic has done anything wrong here - perhaps the Croat feels he simply isn't ready - but it is interesting to see him involved in his country's squad for a huge game (victory would've seen them take a big step to securing a playoff spot in World Cup qualifying) and rarely seen for his club.