Manchester City assistant manager David Platt has predicted a bright future for youngster Marcos Lopes after he scored on his first-team debut this afternoon.
Platt believes that the Portuguese starlet is capable of keeping of staying grounded and working hard to improve in training.
He told BBC Sport: "He should be proud of that and equally he should be ready to train on Sunday and he will be, with the under-21 team to play in their game on Monday.
"He's a good lad, he's got a very good temperament as well and he won't let that go to his head.
"He wants to hurt the opposition, wants to get in the box, and has been scoring goals like that for the under-21 team. He's got a good future ahead of him, certainly."