We've seen plenty of new stars shoot to prominence over the course of the 2018/19 campaign, but not many have enjoyed the rise of Eintracht Frankfurt's Luka Jovic.
The Serbia international originally joined the Bundesliga outfit on a two year loan from Benfica and after going through a mixed first season at the Commerzbank-Arena, he's absolutely loving life.
The 21 year-old is playing a crucial role in an immensely successful campaign for Frankfurt, with them looking in excellent shape to qualify for next seasons Champions League. They're currently in control of their own destiny in the Bundesliga in fourth position, three points ahead of fifth placed Borussia Monchengladbach.
And as if that wasn't good enough, they have a Europa League semi-final to look forward to on Thursday night when they welcome competition favourites and Premier League giants Chelsea to Germany. After already eliminating the likes of Shakhtar Donetsk, Inter Milan and Benfica on their way to the last four, they'll be confident they can add another scalp to the list.
Winning the Europa League would be a huge achievement for the club and someone who's going to play a crucial role in that is Jovic. He's hit the back of the net on no fewer than 25 occasions this season and it's seen his stock rise significantly - which will have Chelsea on alert.
If the Blues are to go through and book their place in Baku for the final on 29th May then they'll need to keep him quiet which is no easy task. He's a man in demand and a big performance on Thursday night will certainly add a couple more zeros to his price tag.
Such has been his displays in Germany that Eintracht have made his loan permanent, which will become official this summer for an absolutely incredible €7m. And despite still technically being on loan at the club and not fully owned by them, he's expected to depart in the close season with the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich all linked with a move. So you'd expect Frankfurt to sell him for 10x what they paid which is surely a contender for the best bit of transfer business in recent times.