Manchester United have a lot of good young players in their ranks.
Tahith Chong, Angel Gomes and James Garner all have the potential to become first team players in the future.
But the most talented of the bunch is Mason Greenwood.
The 17-year-old has been making waves in the youth ranks this season.
He seems to be scoring goals at will, whether it be for the U18s, U19s or U23s.
His goal-scoring prowess saw him make his debut for the first team in March, when he came on as a late substitute against Paris Saint-Germain.
Greenwood has since made two more substitute appearances for the club in the Premier League.
But, despite the first team struggling in recent weeks, Greenwood is yet to make his full debut for the first team.
And he has suggested in recent weeks that he is ready to make his first start for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.
Greenwood scored a 25 yard-free-kick earlier this week against Newcastle.
And he was at it again on Saturday against Derby County.
Greenwood scored twice for the U18s as United won 2-1.
Hi second goal, which proved to be the winner, was another screamer.
Greenwood picked the ball up on the left hand side and produced three step-overs.
With a yard of space, the 17-year-old then curled a powerful effort into the top corner.
Watch it below:
He really is a special talent.
That goal was his 29th goal in 28 youth games this season.
He's surely the most prolific player United have had coming through for a considerable time.
Solskjaer gave Greenwood his home debut just last week against West Ham.
And the Norwegian manager declared after the game that he was happy with Greenwood's performance.
"Towards the end when you've got Mason [Greenwood] at right wing, Andreas [Pereira] at right back - we had to go for it," he said, per TribalFootball.
"Maybe we should have tried to be a bit more cautious but that's the way [it is at United].
"Mason brought some energy to the crowd, he tried to take people on and I'm very happy with his home debut."
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