West Brom head coach Tony Pulis says summer signing Nacer Chadli has been hugely impressive around the club since joining from Spurs.
The club-record £13million signing has enjoyed a dream start to his Baggies career, scoring three goals and setting up two in his first four games.
However, it's not just on the pitch where the Belgium international has caught the eye with Pulis revealing his professionalism and dedication to training has also been first-rate.
"I think Nacer could play anywhere," Pulis said. "He could play wide, in midfield or up front by himself, he's such a good player.
"He's an intelligent player with fantastic technique who has impressed everybody at the football club. He hasn't just impressed the supporters - it's been the players as well with his attitude."
He added in the Express & Star: "As a professional, he's the last off the training ground. Every day I've been here with him, you've got to kick him off the training ground."