Arsenal have taken 16-year-old Dane Mads Dohr Thychosen on trial.
Thychosen is an unknown quantity in Europe, but has been on the Gunners' radar for a while.
The starlet featured for the Premier League side in their 2013 Ferroli Cup in Italy last April, and impressed enough for Arsene Wenger to take another look at the forward.
Thychosen's current club Vejle Boldklub, announced their happiness with the trail via their official website.
"The stay comes as a follow up on the trip to Verona with Arsenal.
"They would like to see Mads Døhr Thychosen again to follow him closely, and of course it's a great tribute to Mads Døhr Thychosen and to Vejle Boldklubs talent work," says talent manager at Lasse Christensen.
Former Premier League and Real Madrid man Thomas Gravesen is a former graduate from the Danish club, with Thychosen looking set to follow his countryman's path to England.
The youngster will also no doubt see Denmark hero and current Arsenal forward Nicklas Bendtner as a key inspiration to his future journey with the Gunners.
Arsene Wenger has a long history of working with talented youngsters, and has been acknowledged as having had a massive hand in the development of players such as Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and Robin van Persie.