Celtic have one of Britain's most exciting young players on their books.
During an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail, Hoops assistant manager Chris Davies shared how Kieran Tierney was the player who stood out to both him and Brendan Rodgers when they took their first training session at Celtic.
The 20-year-old is highly regarded in Glasgow, but his reputation is beginning to spread beyond Scottish shores, following his remarkably consistent levels of impressive performances.
As his stock within the game continues to rise, so does speculation linking him with an exit from Parkhead, but the Glasgow giants will surely do everything they can to keep hold of one of Scotland's brightest young talents.
And Davies, who was brought to Celtic as part of Brendan Rodgers' coaching staff, shared the moment when the pair noticed that they had something special on their hands, as quoted by the Daily Mail:
"I remember the first training session we had here. I can still remember Kieran and he stood out. Afterwards we were talking and saying this is a top young player. We had heard a little bit about him and seen the games from the season before but it was instant. You could see the way he moved and the way he pressed the ball in training and his quality with the ball."
Next up for the Hoops is a trip to St Johnstone on Saturday, and if they can avoid defeat, they will beat their own record of 62 domestic games unbeaten - something that will be a quite astonishing achievement in the modern game, and one that will likely never be beaten again.