Tottenham fans have been reacting on Twitter after watching Kyle Walker-Peters make a rare appearance during their FA Cup clash with Wimbledon on Sunday, and many were impressed by the youngster.
Mauricio Pochettino made a number of changes for the clash with the League One side, but kept a number of important players in the lineup to ensure that the Dons did not become the latest team to cause an upset in this year's third round.
It looked like it may be a frustrating afternoon for Spurs however, as the hour-mark arrived with the game still goalless and the visitors coming closest up until that point when their first-half shot from the edge of the area was parried onto the bar by Michel Vorm.
Harry Kane came to the rescue though, scoring twice in little time before Jan Vertonghen made the game safe beyond doubt with a deflected long-range effort which found the top corner.
Tottenham will be in the hat for the fourth round and that was not the only positive that Pochettino will be taking from the performance, with Walker-Peters one of the fringe players to impress on the day.
The full-back was playing for just the fifth time this season, and he provided yet another indication of his quality and potential with his display at Wembley, and the supporters were delighted with what they saw, with some even suggesting that they would like to see the 20-year-old move above Kieran Trippier in the pecking order.
Here is the best of the reaction...
KWP was solid again, even though he was played out of position— Sluce (@Sluce23) January 7, 2018
KWP > Trippier— Yan Mamba (@YannickSenghor) January 7, 2018
KWP has to play over Trippier, he’s better than him— OnomahIsABaller (@SpursD22) January 7, 2018
Play. Kyle. Walker.-Peters. More.— Joel Wertheimer (@Wertwhile) January 7, 2018
KWP is better than Trippier & Davies on either side but Negative Poch didn't trust him just because of his age— Danny (@dannyosmond777) January 7, 2018
Sissoko did well in the end. Foyth nice on the ball but has his work cut out to make a career in England being neither quick nor strong. KWP an obvious talent. Needs more football.— J_Brook (@J_Brook) January 7, 2018
I sometimes wonder if Naughton could have been a decent RB if he had ever had his chance there. I hope KWP isn’t ruined by the same thing.— Liquid Spurs (@LiquidSpurs) January 7, 2018
Quick and tenacious in the tackle. Ability to go inside or outside the man will come in handy. Generally impressed— Longman (@i_am_Longman) January 7, 2018
He's brilliant at beating players off the dribble and in tight situations. Wanted to see him be braver and take his man on more— Brooks (@HarryBrooks11) January 7, 2018