A South African-born wonderkid that's attracted the attention of Europe's elite has taken the UEFA Euro U17 Championship by storm this past week.
Andras Nemeth, 16, born in Cape Town to a South African mother and Hungarian father has enjoyed a whirlwind 12 months and looks destined for a bright future in the game.
The promising striker that stands at 1.86m tall signed a three-year professional contract with Belgian giants Genk in November 2018 and is touted to make a first-team promotion imminently.
Having moved to the Belgian outfit from esteemed Hungarian academy Kubala Akadémia, Nemeth was offered the contract in a bid to ward off interest from Europe's elite clubs - with scouts flocking to the youth side to witness him in action.
Currently out in Ireland for the U17 Euro's the towering striker has not disappointed for Sándor Preisinger's side, with three goals in the opening three Group C fixtures.
Hungary are in action in the quarter-finals against Spain at 19:00.