Fulham star Ryan Sessegnon has taken the Championship by storm this season.
Aged just 17, he has been one of the division’s standout players, especially since moving from left-back to a role on the left side of Fulham’s attack.
He scored one and assisted the second goal as the Whites reached the play-off final with a 2-0 win over Derby on Monday night.
It’s been an amazing campaign for the highly-rated youngster. Here’s a look at the numbers behind his season…
16 – years and 81 days old when making Fulham debut, against Leyton Orient in the League Cup in August 2016.
4207 – minutes played in the Championship this season.
16 – league goals scored this term, including Monday’s play-off strike.
7 – assists in the Championship this season.
3 – goals scored in Fulham’s thrilling 5-4 win at Sheffield United in November.
26,800 – followers on Twitter.
5 – awards won this season (Championship Player of the Season, Young Player of the Season, Apprentice of the Year, Team of the Season, EFL Club Developed XI)
20 – Years younger than potential Wembley opponent John Terry.