Keelan Giles has been described as "a huge talent" ahead of his possible Wales debut against Japan.
The Ospreys wing will emulate peers like George North and Tom Prydie by making his Wales bow as an 18-year-old if he features at the Principality Stadium next Saturday.
Giles, who has scored eight tries in just five games for the Ospreys this season, was recently promoted to Wales' autumn Test squad.
And the smart money is on him being involved in the match-day 23 when Japan faces Wales for a first time in Cardiff since 2007.
Keelan is doing well. He has put in some fantastic performances for the Ospreys. He is a huge talent.
I remember seeing him play one Sunday morning at mini rugby level - under-eights or under-nines, I think - and you could see there was something there.
From my experience (Test debut), I remember the guys in the squad just made it so easy for me to come in and feel comfortable.
Rob Howley has praised his players for putting a "tough week" behind them by beating Argentina at the Principality Stadium.
Wales have beaten Argentina 24-20 at the Principality Stadium. It brings to an end a five game losing streak.
Leigh Halfpenny's boot gives Wales the lead at half time as they play Argentina at the Principality Stadium.