Eden Hazard is 22 years old and playing his first season in the Premier League for 2012 Champions League winners Chelsea FC. In 40 appearances for the club, including substitutions, he has scored 12 goals and assisted 11 more.
Despite blaming himself for the departure of Roberto Di Matteo and suffering a mini slump in form over the winter, as well as sporting a silly beard, Hazard has been little short of sensational. When you consider that he has been at the club for less than 12 months, Chelsea's £32 million investment looks likely to reap huge rewards.
From stunning strikes to telepathic tiki-taka play, here are Hazard's five best moments in a Chelsea shirt so far.
Everyone got involved with Chelsea's early Christmas present to their fans, an 8-0 thrashing of Aston Villa, and Hazard was no exception.
He went on a solo run before firing home a trademark rasping shot, which made him the seventh Chelsea player to score in that match, entering the club into the Premier League record books.
This video shows just how high Hazard's football IQ is. Having checked his run and picked up a pass in the middle of the pitch he has the awareness to spot Terry's run and loft a perfectly weighted pass straight to the defender's feet, all whilst turning.
Having gone 2-0 down inside 15 minutes at Old Trafford it looked for all the world that Chelsea were out of the FA Cup. Then, after 52 minutes Victor Moses was replaced by Eden Hazard. He injected a new life into the Blues and within 10 minutes had scored an absolute screamer to get the holders of the cup back in the tie.
They went on to draw 2-2, earning a replay at Stamford Bridge to be played on April Fool's day, but the talk of the tie was the impact that Hazard's introduction had, both with his sensational strike alongside his work with Juan Mata in midfield.
Hazard has combined with Juan Mata and Oscar so well that you would think that the three of them grew up kicking a ball around a park together. The trio have a sixth sense for defence-splitting passes, and each always seems to have an awareness of where the others are.
They have bamboozled defences across all competitions, and this clip shows that whilst they are outstanding individually, when they link up they produce football of the highest quality.
Having exited the Champions League at the group stage, Chelsea's only hope of a continental cup rests on the Europa League. In their Round of 32 tie with Sparta Prague, they let a 1-0 lead from the first leg slip and were heading towards a very unwelcome period of extra-time when Eden Hazard stepped in.
He jinked his way past two defenders before thundering his shot home deep into stoppage time, saving the fixture-fatigued legs of his teammates whilst covering himself in glory.