Tottenham Hotspur striker Troy Parrott penned a first professional contract with the club last week, and he has now been added to FIFA 19.
The 17-year-old has been in blistering form this season, hitting 11 goals in seven games in the Under-18 Premier League.
Parrott joined Spurs from Belvedere in 2017, and fans have been hugely excited about his future at the club, with some tipping him as the next Robbie Keane.
Parrott may not feature for the Spurs first team this season, but he will surely be in Mauricio Pochettino's mind for the future.
On Thursday, Parrott was added to FIFA 19 for the first time, but EA haven't exactly got off to the best start with the teenage goalscorer.
That's because they've put him in the game as Troy Parrot, rather than Parrott; a fairly simple blunder to rectify, but still not ideal.
Parrott's overall rating starts out at just 56 overall, which makes some sense given his age and lack of first-team experience.
His potential is at 80, which some Spurs fans may feel is on the conservative side, but he could still be developed into a first-team forward in Career Mode.
Parrott is quick with 73 sprint speed and 77 acceleration, but finishing of 59 is a little disappointing, meaning he won't be much use straight away but could be nurtured if you have the patience.