Harry Wilson is enjoying life on loan at Derby County this season.
Regarded as one of the most exciting prospects at Liverpool, a year away in the Championship with Frank Lampard was always going to be a major test of his footballing credentials.
And although the season is still only three month's old, Wilson is already delivering the goods and has Liverpool fans demanding game-time next season.
Something that has certainly helped his chances in 2018-19 has been his knack for the spectacular, with his brilliant free-kick against Manchester United proving the first of many.
The Welshman has already six goals in 16 appearances with four coming just this week.
Harry Wilson thriving
Wilson bagged himself a sweet free-kick goal against Birmingham City, delivered a neat volley at Sheffield Wednesday and showed his set piece prowess versus Stoke City.
And the goals just keep on coming with this weekend seeing Wilson bag his first brace for Derby and - typically - it came in spectacular fashion.
Although the second goal was a deft finish from the 21-year-old, it was the opening strike that will be played over and over by Liverpool supporters in the days to come.
Second angle of Wilson's belter
Footage of the goal quickly spread across Twitter, but one of the action replays has received less exposure and it shows the true brilliance of the finish.
Fan video of the aforementioned free-kick at Old Trafford showed Wilson has a knack for making the ball move and he was up to his old tricks against Swansea City.
Flying effortlessly off his left foot, it looks as though Wilson has fired his shot wide, until it brilliant swings back on target and past the post.
It's no wonder Erwin Mulder stood statuesque between the sticks - check out the replay down below:
Wilson really knows how to strike a ball.
Jurgen Klopp will certainly be keeping an eye on his performances this season and there's no better way to standout than by scoring absolute screamers.
What's more, Wilson's goals were of vital importance to the Rams with a late Fikayo Tomori own goal offering hope for the visitors.
If he can maintain these strikes, he could become one of the best strikers of a ball at Liverpool and his Swansea strike certainly carried hints of Steven Gerrard.
It's still early days but Wilson is really knocking on the door with spectacular moments like these.
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