The £2.5 million January signing scored his first Leeds United goal on Tuesday.
Leeds United may have lost 4-3 against Oxford United on Tuesday, but at least one Whites player can hold his head high in the eyes of some fans.
Tyler Roberts arrived at Leeds from West Bromwich Albion in January, although injury forced him out of the remainder of the campaign.
It wasn't until Saturday's pre-season draw with Southend United that Roberts finally appeared in Whites colours.
And it took less than 10 minutes of the 19-year-old's second outing for his first goal to arrive - a Thierry Henry-esque side-foot from just inside the box which nestled in the top corner.
Do Leeds have a potential star on their hands? This is what's being said about Roberts on Twitter...
Roberts player of the season, you heard it here first #lufc— Pray for a TOMA (@GazzaF83) July 24, 2018
Excellent goal from Roberts. Hasn't even got going yet given his time out. He's going to be some player for us. #lufc— Janey (@Scoutsa) July 24, 2018
Early days I know but from what I’ve seen so far I’m liking the look of Tyler Roberts— E-Leeds United (@e_LeedsUnited) July 24, 2018
Seems hungry and eager to make a name for himself after being out injured for so long #LUFC https://t.co/LbB0HDEcuv
Baker and Roberts the stand out players the latter surely worth a start against Stoke #lufc— Armo (@Jordan_Armo) July 24, 2018
I’m not getting carried away but I’ve just had ‘Roberts 11’ branded onto my back. #lufc— CK (@ephemeraljoy) July 24, 2018
I'm starting to get a little bit excited about Tyler Roberts. #lufc— David Guile (@ellandduck) July 24, 2018
Plenty of positives from tonight! May be a loss and it’s never nice to loose but brilliant game. Clarke is class. Roberts needs to start against Stoke. #lufc— Luca (@LufcLuca_) July 24, 2018
After watching that I’d say we do have some good stuff to look forward to. Roberts looks a class act and very sharp, Baker will be decent this season & Klich very handy, Clarke & Shackleton look like up & comers for the 1st team & Edmondson put a shift in again. #LUFC— Jordan Phillips (@JordyP1993) July 24, 2018
Expecting big things from Tyler Roberts. Let’s hope him, Klich, Ideguchi and the younger lads are like new signings. #lufc— The Mighty Leeds (@themightyleeds) July 24, 2018
Can't wait to see Tyler Roberts play this season looks good in pre season @LUFC— Jamie (@jamlew94) July 25, 2018
Oxford United raced into a 3-0 lead against Marcelo Bielsa's team, courtesy of two James Henry goals and one from Rob Hall.
Jon Obika restored the hosts' three-goal advantage shortly after Roberts' striker, before Lewis Baker and Jack Clarke reduced Leeds' embarrassment.