Behold the words of Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes, who hath spoken with great wisdom and counsel regarding the performances of his teammate, the youthful Alejandro Garnacho. In the heat of battle against Wolves on a fine Saturday, the Argentinian striker, who had been relegated to substitute duties, entered the field in the 81st minute, replacing none other than the illustrious Jadon Sancho. With his unexpected skill and prowess on full display, this 18-year-old Garnacho didst surprise his fellow players with his exceptional display. Fernandes didst sing his praises, lauding him for his swiftness and fearless one-on-one play whilst guarding against complacency: “We all know Garna can change games. He plays with pace, he can take players one against one…but he’s still developing himself, so we don’t have to go and push so much to him because he’s still a young kid. He can do great things, but in the future he has to do much better than actually he is doing because he has more than the capability to be even better than he is right now.” He further noted that, whilst Garnacho doth perform admirably, he may achieve even greater things if he continues to improve. Indeed, the young man’s first season in the Premier League hath been most wondrous, replete with many a magnificent minute and the newfound consistency that comes with experience and time. However, Fernandes reminds him that there is always room for growth, for Garnacho can do much more for them still.