Adnan Januzaj inspired Manchester United to a come-from-behind victory at bottom of the league Sunderland on Saturday to save the club from suffering a third straight league defeat.
The 18 year old scored two outstanding goals to give David Moyes’ men all three points, and fire them into the top half of the table.
Craig Gardner put the hosts in front after just five minutes, only for Januzaj to turn the game on its head with two goals in the space of six second half minutes.
The Champions are now up to ninth place, six points behind leaders Arsenal ahead of their game against Southampton at Old Trafford a week on Saturday.
Meanwhile, following his impressive first start for the club, a number of countries are thought to be interested in having Adnan Januzaj in their ranks.
The Belgian born midfielder is currently eligible to play for Belgium, Turkey and Albania, while in the future he could be introduced into the England fold, something which manager Roy Hodgson is keen on, according to Sky Sports.
At club level, he will be out of contract at the end of the season, and the added attention surrounding his is bound to alert a number of teams to his potential.