West Ham's Ravel Morrison has been grabbing the headlines recently and showed his class with an outrageous chip in England U21 training.
After his wonder goal against Tottenham in the Premier League, it is no surprise that he arrived for international duty full of confidence.
And this finish was certainly audacious as he somehow managed to chip the goalkeeper despite only having around five yards to work with.
After years in which his off-pitch activities made the headlines, the Manchester United academy graduate finally appears to have found his way with West Ham.
It has been three years since Morrison was last involved with an England side and but new U21 manager Gareth Southgate said last week he had seen none of the disciplinary issues that had previously hampered his career.
"I've not recently spoken to people that have been involved with him in the past, but I've spent time speaking to other people who are involved with him now," the Young Lions boss said.
"There are lots of good people at West Ham that have got him in a good place.
"I think it's for us to create an environment here where he can express himself and feel comfortable, and that he can trust the people around him. He's a charming lad. Anyone who meets him would tell you that.
"How do young people learn? Unfortunately usually by making mistakes. It's what you do thereon that's important. It's lovely to see him playing the way he is."
Morrison played as England U21s beat San Marino 4-0 last Thursday and they face Lithuania at Portman Road on Tuesday night.