Isak Hansen-Aaroen admits he has big Manchester United ambitions.
The Norwegian playmaker shone for the Under-18s despite being just 16 years old, winning 15 of 16 fixtures he played in for the team and stood out with a series of top performances in midfield.
Hansen-Aaroen made his debut for the Norway's U18s last week in a 2-1 defeat to Portugal.
And he hopes to maintain his momentum next season with a first team breakthrough. He told VG: "It might be like that. Hopefully it will happen before that time."
The youngster admits the UK's travel restrictions has been difficult with his family unable to visit from Norway.
"This is not how I thought it would be, we planned that I would get lots of visits and make the transition easier. After I went down [to England], I did not see my family for four months."