Not since he first debuted for Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2016 has Connor Ronan’s performances drawn so many admirers.
The 21-year-old has been in rich form since he arrived on loan at Slovak club Dunajská Streda last year, but it was his performance for Republic of Ireland U21 during the recent international window which really turned heads.
Ronan featured in both of the side's matches, the first a 1-0 victory over Armenia, but it was the following match against Sweden which created significant buzz.
Ireland trailed 1-0 at half-time, with Ronan having spent the first half on the bench, but the second 45 would be very different.
The attacking midfielder orchestrated a remarkable turn-around, assisting two goals as his side finished 4-1 victors, taking them to the top of their Euro qualifying group.
His display didn’t go unnoticed by media or the fans either...
Ronan will now head back to Dunajská Streda, with the team currently sitting second on the table.