Wolverhampton Wanderers have performed to incredibly high levels this season.
Ex-Wolves player Neil Emblen compared Leo Bonatini with club legend Steve Bull on Twitter yesterday, labelling the Brazilian as the closest thing he has seen to the club's all-time greatest player.
The 23-year-old joined the Black Country outfit on a season long loan from Al-Hilal in the summer, and has gone on to score 12 goals in 20 Championship outings for Nuno Espirito Santo's men.
He has also chipped in with five assists, and has been a major contributing factor behind his side's impressive campaign thus far.
Wolves sit comfortably at the top of the Championship table, four points clear of second placed Cardiff City, and are most fans' and pundits' favourites to gain promotion back to the Premier League.
And Emblen put down his former club's superb season to the heroics of Bonatini.
The 46-year-old took to Twitter to lavish praise on the Brazilian, comparing him to Wolves' greatest ever player:
He is the nearest thing to Bully I've seen . Even moves the same at times . Jota and Cav have the silk but Bonatini will score consistently. A real fox in the box ! ⚽— Neil Emblen (@neilemblen) December 5, 2017
Worry about the Prem in a few months . https://t.co/U2sPawEEbz
Next up for Wolves is a home game against Sunderland in the Championship on Sunday, and it would take a brave man to bet against Bonatini adding to his already impressive goal tally.
He still has a long way to go catch Steve Bull's club record of 306 goals though!