Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is starting to show what he is capable of after making the summer move to the Premier League giants from Chivas Guadalajara.
Affectionately known as Chicarito in his homeland, translating to Little Pea, the frontman is certainly proving to be a little diamond in the Red Devils' colours.
A match-winning double in Sunday's 2-1 victory at Stoke City saw him hit all the headlines and he is starting to show the promise demonstrated at the World Cup finals in the summer.
The 22-year-old scored twice in South Africa - against France and Argentina - before El Tricolor crashed out at the second round stage.
His exploits at the World Cup have helped propel him on to the big stage and United manager Sir Alex Ferguson now knows he can use him prolifically in the absence of the injured Wayne Rooney.
Hernandez is now one of the Premier League's hottest young talents, but who else has the pedigree to follow the same path as the Mexican hitman?
With the likes of Jack Wilshere and Gareth Bale showing that the kids are all right, we will take a look at a few players who have the potential to pack a punch and make a name for themselves in the future.
Jonjo Shelvey - The 18-year-old made a surprise switch from League One side Charlton Athletic for the not-so-bright lights of Anfield.
With his new employers struggling at the wrong end of the table, the youngster has been handed some much-needed game time in recent weeks and he will be out to impress, hopefully enhancing his already glowing reputation in the process.
Josh McEachran - Although Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has millions to burn, he may look a little closer to home with McEachran.
The 17-year-old, who made his debut in the recent Champions League success at MSK Zilina, McEachran is capable of picking out a telling pass with his cultured left foot.
Naturally comfortable on the ball, the youngster looks set to become Frank Lampard's natural replacement in the Blues' engine room.
Marc Albrighton - The Aston Villa winger appears to have landed from nowhere after putting in a fine opening day performance against West Ham United.
The tricky star weaved his magic as a withered Hammers back line failed to deal with his energetic runs and the Tamworth-born lad has further impressed this term.
With Ashley Young and Stewart Downing in front of him in manager Gerard Houllier's pecking order, he may have to wait patiently for his chance, but expect him to earn England honours in the future.