Liverpool struck an agreement to sign Burnley striker Danny Ings this week - and on the evidence of this old Soccer AM clip, they've snapped up a gem.
With his popularity enhancing highly, Ings caught the eye of Brendan Rodgers with an impressive debut season in the Premier League, scoring 11 goals.
But his goals couldn’t prevent the Clarets from being relegated after only season in the big time.
Ings showed off some slick moves at the age of 16, impressive on the eye with the fancy flick ups and super composed ball control on his upper body and feet.
The teenage Ings began with removing his boot whilst the ball was still balancing on his foot.
Ings shows off his skills
In his second effort he then went on to flick the flick the ball up, smash it at his opponent before striking a pose for the camera.
His final skill was to roll the ball around his his chest before heading the ball across to his opponent sealing the win in the process.
The 22-year-old started at Bournemouth back in 2006 when he featured in the youth squad before making the step up to the first team in 2009.