The name of Eberechi Eze has been a major talking points on social media in the last 24 hours.
The 19-year-old scored a spectacular brace for Wycombe Wanderers in their 3-1 victory away at Cambridge United yesterday, sparking conversations around why the prospect wasn't challenging for a place in the misfiring QPR team.
So should the forward be part of Ian Holloway's plans?
Well he's certainly given him plenty to think about.
Eze is a fantastic prospect and looked extremely exciting during pre-season, but for all his talents he's still extremely raw.
It was always unlikely that he was going to challenge for a place in the first team, and so Ian Holloway rightly decided that he needed to gain match-day experience in a high-pressure setting like League Two, which in itself is a huge step up from under-23s football; both in terms of hostility and quality.
Eze has made a promising start to life with the Chairboys, and his goals against Cambridge were strikes of real quality, but a step up to the second-tier of English football is a big test.
The Championship is a ruthless league, and particularly with the Hoops struggling for victories at the moment, It isn't an ideal atmosphere for throwing a kid in at the deep end.
The forward's loan deal runs until January, which means he will have had over four months of regular first team football, and at that point I'm sure Ollie will welcome the forward back to Harlington to see how he's developed both physically and mentally before deciding whether he is immediately ready for a Championship scrap.
One thing's for certain; on recent evidence QPR may well have a star on their hands.