Could Celtic’s best summer signing be a player who has not even made his professional debut in senior football?
The addition of Armstrong Oko-Flex from Arsenal certainly went under the radar, but the 16-year-old forward is already turning heads for his performances with the reserve team.
The Dublin-born attacker was renowned for his dazzling dribbling and penchant for the unpredictable during his time with the Arsenal U18s, and it seems he is already gaining a reputation for himself in Celtic colours.
Oko-Flex scored twice as Celtic’s reserves beat Falkirk this week, and his performances were lauded by supporters who seem to believe the teenager could be the real deal.
His winning goal against the Bairns was a joy to behold, after all. Oko-Flex left the Falkirk defence stunned as he found the back of the net via an inspired, audacious and wonderfully placed back-heel; a moment of magic that shows why Celtic were willing to give him a chance.
With Brendan Rodgers at the helm, Oko-Flex can be certain that he will get an opportunity should he continue to catch the eye for Celtic's reserve team in the months ahead.