Dundee United boss Tam Courts has tipped Dylan Levitt to go to the very top of the game after his extra-time winner at Kilmarnock.
Manchester United youngster Levitt netted his first senior goal as United earned a 2-1 Scottish Cup fourth round win over Killie.
And with ten-times capped Wales international Levitt aiming to fire his country to the World Cup, Courts believes United have a real talent on their hands.
“Dylan is a quality player,” said Courts after the Kilmarnock win. “He’s on loan from Manchester United and is a full Welsh international.
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“He was actually struggling with cramp before he scored.
“It’s probably the first time in his career he’s been a position like that in a game.
“That can be a breakthrough moment for him – coming away with the winning goal, when he’s at his lowest point.
Tam Courts: We are lucky to have Dylan Levitt at Dundee United
“He can go to the very top. When you see him at close quarters you understand he’s a player with unbelievable technical ability.
“In four or five years time we may look back and realise how lucky we were to see such a gifted player at Dundee United.
“And our club deserve a lot of credit for that. He has been at other clubs but he is a talent that could be be overlooked by others.
“But when you understand his style and see what he does on the pitch you realise he’s a big player.”