Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho is one of the most talked about youngsters in world football at the moment.
The 18-year-old has four goals and six assists in 10 Bundesliga games this season, earning him an England call-up last month.
Sancho became the youngest player to make their England debut for 63 years when he came on against Croatia in their 0-0 draw in the Nations League.
The forward was also the first outfield player to earn a cap for England while not playing in the Premier League since David Beckham played against Belarus when plying his trade at LA Galaxy.
Following Marco Reus' winning goal against Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga on Saturday Sancho revealed that he looks up the club captain.
The former Manchester City youth player told Deutsche Welle: "I look up to Marco Reus because he's a very big player - I look up to him like an idol.
"It's good to have him on the pitch talking to me and giving me advice, because when he tells me things I listen.
"I just have to keep taking that advice and learning as a player."
Reus has also been a key man in Dortmund's success this season as he has netted five times and set up four, in what has been his best ever start to a Bundesliga campaign.
Sancho and Reus' amazing form has rocketed Dortmund to the top of the Bundesliga, where they are four points clear of their nearest competitors Borussia Monchengladbach and Bayern Munich.
Sancho has been linked to various top clubs across Europe dues to his fine form, however, he is 1/20 to still be at the German side when the January transfer window shuts and 8/1 to have left the club.
Rivals Bayern Munich, PSG and his former club Manchester City are all 16/1 to sign him in the upcoming window, while Real Madrid, who might be after a forward, are 18/1 to sign the 18-year-old.
Premier League giants Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal are 20/1, 22/1 and 25/1 to secure his signature.