Martin Mutumba, reportedly a target for several English clubs, has got what teenagers call ‘tekkers’.
The Uganda international proved as much in this match for AIK Stockholm, evoking memories of Jay-Jay Okocha with two pieces of jaw-dropping skill to beat defenders.
The 28-year-old, who can play on either wing, is only contracted for another two months and his representatives are thought to be in talks with a number of clubs.
"It has always been a dream of mine since I was young to play in England," he told Sky Sports recently.
"I have grown up watching English football in Sweden and I feel now the time is right to go and try and play in England.
"I almost joined Crystal Palace in 2008, but the move did not happen for a number of reasons.
"If I moved to England it would be big news in Uganda as English football is the most popular over there.
"My contract expires in two months and then I will be a free agent and I believe there has been some interest shown in me.
"I am waiting on offers and coming to England would definitely be my first choice."
Man of the Match in a 1-1 friendly draw with Manchester United at the Friends Arena earlier this month, the former Sweden U17 international is also a keen rapper, releasing tracks under the moniker ‘M9’.
Like most players, Mutumba has got a tattoo backstory: he inked A.I.K GULD 2LAX9 (AIK Gold 2009) on his chest days before the club clinched that year’s league title, while he has a tat on his left temple reading R-BY’, a reference to Rinkeby, the suburb in Stockholm where he grew up and still resides.
He's also partial to headgear, as you can see above.
Fans of Hibernian may remember that he almost joined their club on loan a few years ago.