Martin Boyle is certainly making a name for himself, although it isn’t necessarily his own.
Despite being down as “Martin Boyce” on the teamsheet, the 20-year-old banged in two late goals to stake his own little claim for a Dundee first-team berth.
And, by the end of the 90 minutes, everyone present on Monday night was more than aware of the blisteringly quick frontman’s talents, even if they were unsure of his identity.
The Dark Blues were comfortable winners over third-tier Clyde, although it did take them almost until half-time to break the deadlock.
Man of the moment Carlo Monti opened the scoring from the spot before the first of Dundee’s summer signings Peter MacDonald added a second just two minutes later.
Then second-half efforts from substitutes Jamie Reid and a brace from Boyle put the result beyond all doubt for the Dens Park men.
Gaffer John Brown, who took his place in the dugout to a smattering of boos from the Bully Wee faithful, made five changes from the side that edged to a 1-0 win last time out at Forfar.
In came Kyle Letheren, Matt Lockwood, Nicky Riley, Kevin McBride and Ryan Conroy for the game in Cumbernauld.
Despite suggesting he may hand Steven Doris his first start, Bomber stuck with what looks to be his choice pairing of new boys Monti and MacDonald.
And it was that duo who carved out the first meaningful opportunity of a quiet opening 10 minutes at the Broadwood Stadium.
Monti showed some good feet to dig out a chipped cross but, with little power on it, former St Johnstone frontman MacDonald struggled to direct it on target.
On the half-hour, Kyle Benedictus stung the palms of Jamie Barclay from 30 yards, while Monti also had a header saved by the Clyde keeper.
One of Dundee’s re-signings, who seems to have gone under the radar this summer, is Kevin McBride.
But the cultured midfield man has been one of the stars of pre-season to date and, after an impressive run at the back end of last season, could turn out to be a key player in the promotion push.
It was from a delightful McBride ball that Dundee almost deservedly took the lead.
His 60-yard cross-field pass sent Monti off and, having bought a yard from the covering Clyde defence, his left-footed shot was palmed away expertly by Barclay.
Moments later, Monti got his goal a debatable handball from Stuart McColm in the area handed the former Celtic trainee the chance from the spot.
And, with an air of nonchalance, he sent the keeper the wrong way with a cool-headed penalty.
I’m not sure how happy regular taker Conroy will be having been knocked off duty but as long as Monti is in this form he has no case for a fight.
The 23-year-old was again at the centre of things as Dundee extended their advantage shortly before the break.
Scythed down on the edge of the area, strike partner MacDonald took the free-kick and forced a smart stop from Barclay.
But Clyde switched off after clearing the initial danger, giving Riley the chance cross for the unmarked frontman to score his first in Dundee colours.
Bomber has made a habit this summer of throwing on an almost entirely new XI at the break but, with just 90 minutes of football left before it gets competitive, he made just three this time around.
On came Willie Dyer impressive against the Loons Reid and Doris.
Straight into the action, Reid nearly put a second on a plate for MacDonald but the 32-year-old ex-Rangers man fluffed his lines from the youngster’s set-piece.
Reid is a player who looks to have blossomed from a six-month spell at Stenhousemuir he’s come back rejuvenated and looks ready for a first-team challenge.
He did his cause no harm with this second-half cameo.
Just after the hour, the attacking midfielder curled home an excellent effort from 20 yards.
Late on, the game turned into the Boyle show, though, with the pacey frontman netting twice late on to close out the a successful night in the west for the Dark Blues.
His first a powerful effort low down to the keeper’s left was top drawer his second was a little more fortuitous.
Young gun Cammy Kerr thought he’d scored with a curling 30-yard effort but, when the ball cannoned off the bar, former Montrose striker Boyle was on hand to apply the finish.
Last night could prove a seminal moment for Boyle, signed for a five-figure sum last summer.
His chances in pre-season have been limited but three goals, two yesterday, may have just done enough to convince the gaffer to throw him on from the start against St Johnstone on Sunday.
Whether Bomber sees Boyle as his starting striker or an impact player off the bench is up for debate.
But what is in no doubt is that Dundee have a player capable of causing anyone problems with his pace, either from the bench or from the off.
And he adds yet another option to an already-strong looking attacking department.