Dendoncker has played just five times since his summer move to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Leander Dendoncker has wasted little time impressing the Wolverhampton Wanderers fanbase.
The highly-rated Belgian arrived at Molineux on loan from Anderlecht at the start of the season, with a £12 million permanent deal reportedly in the pipeline this summer.
But Dendoncker's new manager wasn't so easily bowled over, using him on just four occasions prior to Monday's FA Cup win against Liverpool - and only once as a Premier League starter.
This is what they're saying on Twitter...
A lot of credit to Leander Dendoncker. Thought he was magnificent tonight - composed in possession, energetic without and linked the play well.— Charlie (@CharIieGreg) 7 January 2019
His last three Wolves appearances:
2-1 v Chelsea
3-1 v Spurs
2-1 v Liverpool
Not a bad start in #wwfc colours.
Unreal performance by Dendoncker, he dominated the midfield on his own against a high pressing Liverpool. I've rarely seen a display like this in football.— lol (@Hazpillian) 7 January 2019
Liked what I saw from Dendoncker. Nothing special but did the simple/basic things well. Allows Neves to play. Just needs more game time— AL. (@_ahxle) 8 January 2019
12m for dendoncker is a steal— Ryan ley (@ryanwwfc91) 7 January 2019
One last point of tonight. Thought Dendoncker had a superb game. He really does look a class act. He strolled around that pitch like a Rolls Royce of a player. And hes only 21. Defo needs to be starting more #WWFC #WOL #Wolves #wolvesaywe— MATTyG (@GallimoreMatt) 7 January 2019
Dendoncker superb tonight, should be seeing more of him second half of the season. #WWFC— Nick (@nwall89) 7 January 2019
Someone tell me what more dendoncker has to do to become a regular starter he was class— (@Calwolves91) 7 January 2019
I have to question Nuno as to why he hasn’t fancied Dendoncker throughout this season? Thought he did well against Spurs and looked good again tonight.— Unofficial Wolves (@Wolfman_1877) 7 January 2019
If we get rid of Dendoncker, or don’t sign him, I’m going to kill my self @Nuno x— sam (@SMillward98) 8 January 2019
Dendoncker played the full 90 minutes as Wolves shocked the Premier League leaders, Liverpool, at Molineux.
Raul Jimenez gave the hosts a half-time lead, before Ruben Neves sealed his side's progression to the FA Cup fourth round shortly after Divock Origi's equaliser.
Wolves' reward is a short trip to either Stoke City or Shrewsbury Town in less than three weeks' time.
Could Dendoncker leave Molineux this month?