High-flying winger Daniel James just can’t stop scoring goals.
When Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made the 21-year-old Welshman his first signing of the transfer window, he came in with little fanfare.
But the former Swansea kid has now netted four goals in six matches for club and country after scoring for the Dragons in a Monday night friendly against Belarus in Cardiff.
The youngster scored what is fast becoming his signature goal. Breaking down the left, James curled into the far corner.
And Wales boss and United legend Ryan Giggs says the prodigy is unstoppable when he does the move.
Former winger Giggs says: “He’s one of those players you know what he’s going to do but you can’t stop it. There are so many goals [he’s scored] like that. He can go either way.
“Early on when I saw DJ, just like any young winger, there can be that improvement in the final ball and scoring more goals. But he’s doing that.
“To do what he’s done at the start of the season is amazing. The next step obviously is that consistency, which he’s shown so far and he needs to carry on.
“But I’ve got no doubts that will happen because he wants to be the best.”
Daniel James doesn't score ordinary goals.pic.twitter.com/VaOeAJPTVw— Football Whispers (@FB_WHISPERS) September 10, 2019
James has scored two of his United goals like that, with his three strikes for the club making him their leading scorer in a struggling side this term.
James will be looking to lift eighth-placed United up the table when they host third-placed Leicester at Old Trafford this Saturday.