New West Ham United signing Pablo Fornals scored his second goal in as many games as he helped his Spain side to a 5-0 thrashing of Poland during the Euro U-21 Championships.
The new Hammer opened the scoring during the 17th minute of the game before the likes of Mikel Oyarzabal, Fabian Ruiz Pena, Dani Ceballos and substitute Borja Mayoral also got their names on the score-sheet.
The result means that Spain will advance from Group A as winners on goal difference ahead of Italy, giving the West Ham fans more of an opportunity to see the new man in competitive action.
The 23-year-old Fornals joined the Hammers from Villarreal this month in a deal worth £24 million and became West Ham’s second most expensive signing.
He is one whom the West Ham fans can be excited about going forward. He impressed last season as he went on to play 50 games in all competitions for Villarreal, scoring five goals.
The attacking midfielder could form a good combination with Declan Rice in the middle of the park for the East Londoners and ease the burden on the ageing Mark Noble.
The twice-capped Spain international could be set to become a first-team regular for his country in the near future with the likes of David Silva and Andres Iniesta both now retired from international football.
Another great thing about Fornals for West Ham is that he is very creative and registered the joint highest number of assists (12) in La Liga during the 2017/18 season.
The Hammers will need to try and make a move for a quality striker this summer to ensure that his creative play is utilised to the full.