Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata has been in fine form with Belgium at the World Cup, helping the Red Devils secure victories in their three group games - which saw them pip England to the top spot.
The 27-year-old, who has a year left on his Hoops contract, played every minute of his country's group campaign, and surely caught the eyes of the watching world with his performances.
Celtic legend John Hartson was also impressed by Boyata's brilliance, claiming he is in the same bracket with Manchester City's John Stones and equally worth £50 million - the amount the Etihad outfit secured the services of the England international for from Everton.
Celtic top priority is to get Boyata on a long term deal.. the vultures will be all over him after his World Cup displays.. if John Stones is 50m then Boyata is in same bracket. Celtic should be in his his hotel room Now with a contract offer ! #gettorussia— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) June 29, 2018
"If John Stones can command that kind of fee, which of course he did, then why not the same for a player at least close to his level and who is enjoying an outstanding World Cup," Hartson wrote in his Evening Times column.
Boyata was dropped to the bench for Monday's clash against Japan with captain Vincent Kompany taking his place, and while the Celtic star will likely be seeing limited action for the remainder of Belgium's World Cup campaign, he has surely done enough to increase his value and worth.
Lazio have been linked with a £7million move for the former Manchester City star, and while the fees might simply be too good to turn down, the Parkhead club will be selling themselves short if they agree to sell him for the amount.
It remains to be seen if Celtic can get £50million for Boyata, though, but they can get a good price for him going by his excellent World Cup campaign.