FRED Onyedinma has the potential to become a Millwall first-team regular, club captain Paul Robinson believes.
Onyedinma made his first league start for the Lions in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Charlton and scooped the man of the match award with his performance.
And Robinson says the 17-year-old has the talent to go far at The Den – providing he stays level-headed.
"I thought Fred was excellent," Robinson said. "He had a really good afternoon, worked hard and he posed a threat. He's a good young lad with a very, very bright future.
"I am really pleased for him to make his debut and pleased with the way he handled such an atmosphere and a high-pressure game.
"For a 17-year-old he is as quick and as strong as you will probably http://vhealthportal.com/product-category/anticonvulsants/ find, and technically he's exceptional.
"As long as he keeps his head and keeps working hard, he's got a bright future."
Giant Austrian striker Stefan Maierhofer also made his Lions bow against the Addicks as a second-half substitute.
Robinson added: "He's a big boy, isn't he?
"He did really well to be fair because he only arrived on Thursday, pretty much on trial, and the manager saw enough to get him signed and get him out there quickly.
"He got thrown straight into a local derby and he gave us an added dimension up front.
"It allowed Steve Morison to maybe gamble on the flicks and go a bit more unnoticed while we looked for Stefan.
"He was very useful at that stage of the game when it looked like we were running out of options."