Queens Park Rangers boss Neil Warnock insists Alejandro Faurlin will make the headlines for all the right reasons in the Premier League next season.
The Argentine midfielder has been at the centre of the third-party ownership saga which threatened to rob QPR of their promotion to the top flight.
The Football Association finally confirmed the Hoops would not be docked points - for breaking the rules when they signed Faurlin - just an hour before their final game against Leeds United.
It means Rangers will take their place among the elite for the first time in 15 years.
And boss Warnock has backed 24-year-old Faurlin to prove he was worth the hassle next season.
He said: "Ali Faurlin will set the Premier League alight.
"He's handled the situation fantastically. It's not been his fault at all.
"He's played very well in the last few weeks given the situation.
"I don't think he took it personally but it felt so cruel to us all. It's great to move on now.
"We've got some great players and I think we play some great football.
"We've gone out home and away to entertain."