Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford looks like a star of the future after a goalscoring spree.
The teenage striker was included in the 18-man squad for the Europa League last-32 second leg tie at Old Trafford, and scored twice to put United on course for the last 16 of the Europa League.
Rashford was also included in the match day squads for the Watford and Leicester games earlier this season.
And he then scored twice in a matter of minutes against Arsenal .
Van Gaal has a lengthy injury list to content with, as no less than 13 players are currently sidelined, including skipper Wayne Rooney, meaning Van Gaal has chosen to look to the Academy for cover .
After getting his first taste of senior action, we run the rule over the academy starlet.
Name: Marcus Rashford
Date of birth: 31 October 1997
Joined club: 1 July 2014
Rashford joined United from the renowned Fletcher Moss Junior football club, following in the steps of Wes Brown, Danny Welbeck and Ravel Morrison in coming from the Didsbury to Old Trafford. Fellow Carrington star Cameron Borthwick-Jackson was also previously at the successful junior side.