When it comes to exciting young talent, Manchester United are spoilt for choice.
Only last week, Mason Greenwood made headlines for a brilliant hat-trick in the FA Youth Cup, ending a five-year unbeaten run from Chelsea U18.
Then there's Tahith Chong, a promising Dutch forward who has been producing remarkable skills and goals aplenty during appearances in the Premier League 2.
Carrington has no shortage of youngsters trying to follow in the footsteps of players like Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Marcus Rashford, Gary Neville and George Best.
However, perhaps the most recognisable talent in the current United academy is Angel Gomes.
Hype around Angel Gomes
The 18-year-old became the club's youngest ever debutant since Duncan Edwards during a game with Crystal Palace, getting minutes under his belt after replacing Wayne Rooney.
Since then, he's been plying his trade in the reserve team and will be trying to catch the eye of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the final months of the season.
And his latest performance in the United youth ranks will stand him in good stead, with the Red Devils drawing 1-1 with Derby County U23.
Angel Gomes vs Derby U23
It wasn't necessarily a signature performance from the team but Gomes was at the top of his game, proving a creative influence throughout and bagging himself an assist.
As a result, it's only natural that United fans have caught on to his performance and have compiled his best moments into a video.
His individual highlights are quite the watch with Gomes showcasing his brilliant raw ability, invention and sheer creativity. Take a look at the clip down below:
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United fans will be hoping that cameo against Palace won't be the last time they see him on the big stage and there's plenty of reason to suggest he'll come good.
Nevertheless, it becoming increasingly difficult for young players to make the breakthrough and if Gomes stands a chance, his impeccable attitude will play a huge role.
Gomes informed ESPN earlier this year: "The best players get to the top because they have stayed level-headed. I've got to carry on working hard and keep putting everything in to training and games.
"There are younger players that I'm close to, but obviously, when you go up with the first team, you're not around them as much.
"When you're playing with them, you're giving advice where you can because of the experiences you've got from the older players and trying to pass messages on and help them."
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