Tom Rogic laced a left-footed thunderbolt to open the scoring for Glasgow Celtic in their 4-1 rout of Ross County in the Scottish Premier League and according to manager Ronny Deila he will continue to get even better.
Taking the ball outside the area, Rogic moved to his left before unleashing the strike into the top right corner, leaving County keeper Gary Woods no chance.
Deila was quick to praise the Socceroo and hinted the best is yet to come.
"He's getting better and better," Deila told BBC Scotland.
"The first year I was here (in 2014), he was injured. Now he's been injury-free for four, five months.
"He has wonderful technique, good understanding and he's a creator. He needs more physique but that will come through more games and training."
Rogic has now scored four goals in 15 games for the league leaders this season, his best return since arriving in Scotland in 2013.
The 22-year-old had been previously hampered by groin injuries since returning to Australia on loan from the club with Melbourne Victory in early 2014.