Borukov is the latest in a long line of promising Sheffield Wednesday academy players.
The 17-year-old Bulgarian has impressed for Wednesday's youth sides this season and led the line for the U23s in George Hirst's absence earlier in the campaign.
And with a shortage of available strikers at first team level - including Hirst, who is being overlooked due to a contract dispute - several Owls fans are even calling for Borukov's inclusion in the final weeks of the season.
Here's what they're saying on Twitter...
Chuck him in the first team!— Never Back Down (@Still_Alive_44) 14 March 2018
He scores goals. No good in first team. We need someone who falls over all the time— mick swfc renshaw (@mickwolf1969) 14 March 2018
Get him in the squad for Saturday's match at Leeds.— David Harpham (@deharpham) 14 March 2018
deserves a chance in 1st team— wayne shaw (@shaw_wayne) 14 March 2018
Get him in the first team, bin the lot of these underachievers and get some of the young hungry lads in— chris mason (@chrisma5on) 14 March 2018
He and Jordan Lonchar have been doing really well for quite a while, let's get them on loan so they can learn their trade and strengthen up in a lower league team— Rich Hargreaves (@rkhargreaves) 14 March 2018
Any chance of teaching the first team?— Aj Hurt (@AjHurt1) March 14, 2018
Preslav Borukov > George Hirst— Turner (@_edjt) March 14, 2018
In his short reign as Sheffield Wednesday boss, Luhukay has already handed senior debuts to three development squad players - Sean Clare, Jordan Thorniley, Frederik Nielsen.
Speaking to Sheffield Live TV in February, Steven Haslam, the Owls academy manager said: "I’ve got to say, since Jos came in I’ve had a lot of meetings with him and from an academy point of view he’s been different class, in terms of how he’s embraced what we’re doing, the interest he’s taken in the training sessions and the involvement of players with the first team.
"To give an example, it was a day off for the first team today but he came in and was watching the Under-18s train at the training ground. To have the manager show that much interest in your youth department is very encouraging."
Is Borukov - who moved to Hillsborough from Levski Sofia in 2016 and has won caps for Bulgaria at various youth levels - next in Luhukay's sights?