Harry Wilson is making a name for himself at Hull City.
The Welsh winger is highly regarded at Liverpool, but given the plethora of talent that Jurgen Klopp has to choose from in attacking positions, Wilson was sent on loan to the Championship.
And he has well and truly shown his talent.
Hull were in danger of suffering relegation to League One upon signing Wilson, but the Welshman's performances have helped them turn their form around.
Prior to today's game vs Bristol City, Wilson had scored five goals and tallied three assists in ten games for the club, not a bad return at all for the winger.
WILSON NETS BRACE
Liverpool fans did not have much to shout about on Saturday afternoon as they watched their side relinquish a two goal lead to draw with West Bromwich Albion.
That was until Hull played against Bristol City.
Wilson's form had already made Liverpool fans take note, and he added his sixth and seventh goal since signing for Hull on Saturday afternoon.
The Welsh international struck in the 16th minute, as he fired a left foot effort from outside the box into the corner.
He then struck a free-kick into the top corner with 20 minutes left to play as he helped Hull to a 5-5 draw with Bristol City.
This got Liverpool fans talking on Twitter.
Due to his form, supporters of the Merseyside club have been debating what to do with Wilson: send him back on loan, put him back in the under 21's, or get him in the squad.
And it seems his brace today has now convinced Liverpool fans that they need him back in the squad.
Many think he deserves a place in the squad at least, as back-up to Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino in the attacking three positions.
Given his form for Hull this season, you've got to say he deserves his chance.
WILSON IS EYEING A FIRST TEAM SPOT
Wilson is also eyeing a spot in the first team at Liverpool next season.
"I have been at Liverpool since the age of eight, so that’s always been my dream to play in the first team," Wilson told WalesOnline in March.
"So hopefully I can do that. If that’s not to come next season hopefully it will in the future.
"He (Klopp) is a brilliant man manager, so I had a few conversations with him, let him know I wanted senior football and then he told me his view of it.
"Thankfully I was able to get out at the end of the window and I’m in a great team in Hull and hopefully we’ll stay up. Hopefully he was watching, I might get a message off him.
"I was more than ready for senior football, so I just wanted to go there, I’ve been given the minutes I wanted and hopefully I am doing well so when I go back to Liverpool pre-season I can have a good go at it."