The Newcastle United midfielder is enjoying a productive 2019.
Several neutral fans were impressed with Sean Longstaff's display for Newcastle United at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Longstaff has not looked back since breaking into Rafa Benitez's first team plans around the turn of the year, becoming an integral part of the Magpies' starting XI.
But while those of a Newcastle persuasion are already aware of the academy product's ability, others are only just beginning to notice.
This is what some of those are saying about Longstaff's latest display, which ended in a 1-1 draw thanks to Wily Boly's stoppage-time header, which cancelled out Isaac Hayden's opener at Molineux.
Sign longstaff too and make him captain— Ben (@CriminalCosta) February 12, 2019
Mate this new player looks exciting ...really like the look of Longstaff too...maybe if he’s really good in the future he could sign for the greatest club in the world @BristolCity— Adam Coombs (@skipperadam) February 11, 2019
Longstaff looks a classy player. Shame we didn’t sign him. He’d of looked good underneat all these hoofs we play— Alex (@alexr8911) February 11, 2019
Longstaff going to be a top baller for Newcastle!!!!— nomad@XXX (@nomad56060053) February 11, 2019
Fsg should sign him this summer
Since his Newcastle debut just before Christmas I've been very impressed with Sean Longstaff. A very calm, composed and intelligent player who has got a big future ahead of him. Has been fantastic tonight #bbcfootball— Daniel Woodley (@dwoodley1990) February 11, 2019
Been impressed with Longstaff for Newcastle whenever I’ve seen him #MNF— Steven Roberts (@steroberts_1985) February 11, 2019
that longstaff looks a decent little player— Connor Ashwell (@ConnorAshwell) February 11, 2019
Longstaff looks a very good player— Callum (@Callummwhufc) February 11, 2019
What a player longstaff looks!— Blondy10 (@jayyBlondrage) February 11, 2019
First time i'm seeing Longstaff play and he looks a pretty decent player— Akintunde (@akint_s) February 11, 2019
Longstaff looks a quality player for Newcastle, no surprise they wouldn’t let him come here on loan— Steve D (@DickoPFC) February 11, 2019
Newcastle need not fear any interest that may follow in Longstaff, having tied the 21-year-old to a new four-year contract as recently as December.
And with Longstaff reportedly on England's radar ahead of the Three Lions' Under-21 fixtures next month, the Magpies could have yet more reason to bump up the local lad's price tag.
How good can the Newcastle United youngster become? And should the Magpies fear losing him?