ARSENAL fans have gone crazy for youngster Myles Lewis-Skelly after his sensational performance in the FA Youth Cup.
A clip of the 16-year-old dictating the game versus Watford has gone viral on social media with supporters convinced he is the future of the club.
The midfielder showed his skill on the ball with a number of clever tricks and smart through balls, on top of his ability to break up play with tough tackles.
Arsenal won the match 4-2 at Vicarage Road with Lewis-Skelly winning a penalty for his team that was then converted by fellow star Amario Cozier-Duberry.
The win took Arsenal's Under-18s through to the cup quarter-finals.
Lewis-Skelly stole the show with fans raving about his display after watching a highlights reel, one said: "I've watched this five times. Can't get enough."
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Another reacted: "I know he's still young but this boy is the future."
A third commented: "I was sold 20 seconds in."
More praised Arsenal's academy, saying: "Hale End has done it again."
Some even suggested he could be the long-term replacement to Thomas Partey and he drew Jack Wilshere comparisons.
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The Gunners have a number of exciting young prospects at the club with big hopes that many players can follow in the footsteps of the likes of Bukayo Saka.
Ethan Nwaneri, 15, recently became the youngest ever player to feature in a Premier League game.
Charlie Patino, 19, is standing out while on loan at Championship side Blackpool.
Addtionally, there are big expectations for goalkeepers Arthur Okonkwo, 21, currently on loan at Austrian side Sturm Graz and Karl Hein, 20.
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