Wycombe player-manager Gareth Ainsworth believes Joel Grant is a special talent after he starred in the 2-0 home win over Bristol Rovers.
Ainsworth brought himself on at half-time in Saturday's League Two clash and wrapped up all three points for the home side with a superb diving header, stretching Wycombe's winning run to three games in the process.
But that was not before Grant had put Wycombe into an early lead with a fine run and finish, further adding to his burgeoning reputation at Adams Park.
"I thought it was a great goal from Joel Grant and he is a special player," Ainsworth said.
"He has always been known as the boy with so much potential and I want to be the manager who gets that potential out of him and makes him the Joel Grant that no one's been able to get from him.
"I think I'm half way there, he's been fantastic. I can coach him positioning wise but what you've seen from him going forward today you can't coach.
"He's unplayable, Joel is a match winner on his own but unfortunately he got a knock here and he had double vision.
"We might have to rest him for Tuesday as you have to with head injuries but we will see."