Anthony Martial has not quite hit the ground running in his second season at Old Trafford as while he performances have not been particularly poor, he isn't have the same impact he had from the left-wing in the second half of last season.
That is something that will have to change if he wants to keep his place at Manchester United, as suddenly a wealth of attacking options are open to Jose Mourinho, with Marcus Rashford looking the most threatening to Martial if the last match against Hull City was anything to go by.
It's understandable that Martial's form hasn't kicked on as he endured a disappointing Euro 2016 campaign with France, but it was in his national team's colours on Thursday night that he looked more like his older self and will have done his confidence the world of good as he bagged himself the opening goal en route to a 3-1 win over Italy in an international friendly.
And he has his pal Paul Pogba to thank for it, after United's record signing threaded through a peach of a ball for the assist.
That defender won't be thrilled with getting caught out, but Pogba put the ball in an awkward position to deal with Martial pounced. The question is, did Pogba intend it for Martial, or the player closer to the path of the ball?
We'll give him the benefit of the doubt purely for the shape on the way he played it.
This will be a boost for Manchester United fans after the worrying news about Henrik Mkhitaryan who was taken off in the first-half while playing for Armenia on Wednesday.
If Martial can recapture his form from the back end of last season, then Man Utd's attack will be in frightening shape.