He is as skilled a footballer, that he is being considered as a future star.
But also outside the pitch is 18-year-old Jadon Sancho quickly becoming a real superstar with the associated manners.
It delivers Borussia Dortmund's winner in Saturday's derby against Schalke 04 a glaring proof of having a longer chat with the Daily Mirror.
The young englishman, who otherwise are settled well in the German, have not yet found their place with the local hairdressers, he says.
- I do not trust German hairdressers, so I don't get sorted my hair with them, explains to Sancho, who, indeed, would prefer to get his familiar English ones flown over the channel.
- When I need a trimming, I will fetch my husband over from England. I am loyal and stick to my own husband. I prefer not to be trimmed in the months ahead to seek out a German hairdresser, he tells of his horrific problem.
the Other day he did a slightly larger one of its kind: His grandmother died.
And so it was with tears in the scary a lot of these eyes and with two fingers, he celebrated his winner for 2-1. And when he got free of the pile of well-wishers, he had to also dry the eyes.
- the Goal means everything to me and my family. My grandmother recently passed away, so the target was to her. I am glad that I scored the goal and helped the team get three points, he said to bundesliga.com before he on twitter hyldende wrote like this:
Great feeling to get the Winning goal in the big Derby. Massive effort from all the boys and staff. Been a tough week personally, dedicating my goal to my Nana! I love you forever n ever I know you'll be smiling down on me! See you soon my Angel pic.twitter.com/2aFe2eBh8O— Jadon Sancho (@Sanchooo10) 8. december 2018
His coach, Lucien Favre, had asked him if he was ready to play.
- It has been a very difficult week for him. He is still only 18 years old and has lost his grandmother. He came back from London on Friday, but he would really like to train and play.
Thomas Delaney had brought Dortmund in front after seven minutes on a fine header, his first take in the yellow jersey, before Schalkes Daniel Caligiuri equalized on a penalty kick.
Dortmund are unbeaten in 14 Bundesliga matches, nine points ahead of Bayern Munich.