Manchester United goalkeeper coach Eric Steele is excited by the arrival of David De Gea.
Steele regards the former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper as a "unique talent".
"Heâ€™s just a unique talent," Steele told MUTV. "Ultimately, I think they come around in cycles. Iker Casillas was 17 when he got in the Real Madrid team, I saw Gianluigi Buffon when he was 17 play in Scotland.
"I first watched de Gea when he was representing Spain four years ago, before I was even associated with the club and itâ€™s just something that you tick the box and say â€˜one to look atâ€™. So my first contact was when I saw at the Euro Under-17s which Spain happened to win. Heâ€™s suited to the way that we play and the way that we want to play.
"He's got an experience that people donâ€™t realise. Heâ€™s up to nearly 100 games and heâ€™s not 21 until November. Heâ€™s well advanced in terms of experience but can he come and play for a club like Manchester United? The qualities weâ€™ve all seen, and the manager has seen, have ticked the boxes. There is always an element of â€˜can they handle 76,000 at Old Trafford?â€™ but Iâ€™ve seen him play at the Nou Camp, man of the match. Not fazed."