Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, admits that Bukayo Saka hasn't reached his full potential despite his "rare" form.
The Spaniard believes that the 21-year-old England international still has lots of room to improve regardless of his consistency this season.
Saka has been a key member of Arteta's squad as the Gunners chase down their first Premier League title in nearly 20 years, sitting eight points clear of second-placed Manchester City with 10 games left to play.
He has featured in 28 league games for Arsenal this season, scoring 12 goals and claiming 10 assists.
Only City's Erling Haaland and Tottenham's Harry Kane have more goals and assists combined than Saka in the top flight.
"First of all, I think you have to recognise what he's been doing," Arteta told Sky Sports about 21-year-old Saka.
"The consistency he's shown at his age and at this level is something rare to see. He's taken it with normality.
"If you ask me if he has room for improvement, I would say: 'Yes - a lot.'
"He's never satisfied, he always wants more and he can still do a lot of things better and more efficiently."
The Gunners are currently having talks with Saka over a new deal as his contract is due to expire in 2024.