Little known Paul Mukairu has announced his arrival in the top league in Turkey, just as experienced midfielder Ramon Azeez has returned from the wilderness in Spain with promoted La Liga club Granada CF.
The former Flying Eagles captain is back in the big time in Spain just when it looked as if he had lost his way and he proved this with his spectacular goal for promoted Granada CF to win 3-0 at Espanyol.
This goal ought to enhance his first-team chances at Granada after his switch from Segunda Liga club Lugo.
At just 26, he could even start dreaming of a recall to the Super Eagles, where his creativity in midfield is still desperately missing.
The talk in the whole of Turkey is now about a relatively unknown 19-year-old striker Paul Mukairu, who came through the Antalyaspor U19 team to shine in the Super Lig.
The Abuja-born youngster netted his first goal in the Turkish top flight when he came off the bench to ensure Antalyaspor snatched a vital point at Konyaspor.
It was not just about the goal, but the audacity and class he showed to open his goals account after two starts in the new season.
He came off the bench in place of compatriot and Nigeria U23 teammate David Okereke to score and ensure Club Brugge reach the money-spinning group stage of the UEFA Champions League.
This is another great opportunity for Club Brugge to showcase the talent they have despite selling some of their top stars in the summer and Dennis will play a big part of this.
He underlined his flying start in the French Ligue 1 with another double in midweek and he is now one of the leading scorers in France with four goals.
Lille will be a great shop window for the young striker as he also gets a chance to feature in the UEFA Champions League for the first time in his career.
The former Arsenal star followed up on his goal in the League Cup against Lincoln with his first-ever Premier League goal in his first start in the competition for new club Everton.
The minus in the forward’s game has always been his poor goals ratio, but the signs are good he will improve on this at Goodison Park to justify his big-money move from The Emirates.