Young Dundee striker Cedwyn Scott has earned high praise after a brace on his debut for Berwick.
Boss Robbie Horn was highly impressed by the teenager.
His double came in a 5-3 win at Albion Rovers when he grabbed the third and fifth goals in a dramatic tie.
Horn said: “My research had shown that Cedwyn was a good player but he is better than I had hoped for. I reckon Dundee have a real gem.
“He went on to the pitch and scored straight-away, which was a terrific way to introduce himself.”
There was little time to rest for the 19-year-old signed from Huddersfield in January.
On Monday, he was in action for the Dark Blues’ second string as they chalked up a 4-0 success over Rangers in the Reserve League.
He came off the bench to score after replacing Sofien Moussa, who also got on the scoresheet.
Elton Ngwatala and Jean Mendy got the other goals.