In the summer, Armando Broja signed for Southampton on loan from Chelsea for the campaign.
Having only turned 20-years-of-age two months ago, the youngster and the west London giants will likely be happy with the progress they have seen since he switched to the Saints.
With a total of 470 minutes of first-team action, the forward has netted four goals already and if the player carries such a level forward then it’ll be a loan which worked out for parties involved.
Apart from Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side and the Stamford Bridge outfit, there is another interested side in all of this.
He is already a full Albania international. Armando made his debut last year and has already started netting for the nation.
Inevitably, there is some excitement around the talent, and Sergio Porrini, an assistant coach with the country’s national team, believes it’d be best for everyone, including Broja himself, to talk things calmly.
Speaking to Vocegiallorossa, Sergio said: “Owned by Chelsea and now at Southampton, his name is on everyone’s lips.
“He scored some great goals, his characteristics are speed in one-on-ones and seeing the goal well. He must begin to mature and live his work with great professionalism, thinking that he has not yet achieved anything.
“We need time, however, we work for him and with him so that he can become a certain type of player and that he doesn’t get lost.”