If you've been impressed by Borussia Dortmund academy graduates Mario Götze, Christian Pulisic and Felix Passlack, prepare to be stunned by another outrageously gifted youngster in the BVB stable: Youssoufa Moukoko.
At the age of 12 (do not rub your eyes, yes we did say 12) last October, the striker was the hero of the hour against Schalke, netting a stunning Revierderby hat-trick as the Under-17s recovered a three-goal deficit to draw 4-4, and put his name on the back pages.
It was the Cameroon-born prospect's fourth three-goal haul of the 2017/18 campaign, and was part of an amazing tally of 28 goals from the first 15 games of the season.
Watch: Skip to 2:20 in this video from the DFB below to see Moukoko strut his stuff
Moukoko, who was born in Cameroon on 24 November 2004, joined Dortmund from Bundesliga 2 side St. Pauli last year and immediately hit the ground running.
In 2016/17, he was top scorer in the club's all-conquering U-15 side, netting 33 times in 21 games to help them win the Regionalliga West title with five matches to spare. His performances did not go unnoticed by the German FA, who called him up for two U-15 matches against the Netherlands in May.
His prolific return also prompted Dortmund to bump him up to the U-17s this season in order to further his development, where he has already netted a league-high 30 goals in 16 games in the B-Junioren Bundesliga West - over 10 more than the next best.
"It remains to be seen whether or not this will be an extraordinary crop of players," said Peter Wazinski, Moukoko's U-15 coach last term. "But we hope that the majority of them will develop in a similar way to the group born in 1998." That includes current first-team members Pulisic, Passlack and Jacob Bruun Larsen, as well as reserve team players Janni Luca Serra and Dario Scuderi.
While it may be a few more years until Moukoko makes the step up to the pros, there are a number of eye-catching Dortmund teenagers to keep a close eye on in the Bundesliga this season, including Dan-Axel Zagadou and Aleksander Isak, as well as Pulisic and Passlack.