MANCHESTER UNITED fans were left drooling over footage of Bruno Fernandes burying a trademark free-kick in training.
The Portuguese playmaker has quickly shown his set-piece prowess since arriving in January.
And a clip for RH Elite Coaching hammered home the stunning technique Fernandes deploys over the dead ball.
A free-kick from the centre of the goal is launched over the wall before bending and dipping on target.
The motionless goalkeeper cannot help but watch the ball fly into the net, prompting a cheeky dig from the United star.
“Do you want to change the keeper again?” he slyly asks to camera.
The video left fans lusting for more ahead of the Red Devils’ clash with Sheffield United on Wednesday.
Twitter user Dan commented: “Is he ever not working on his craft? Got to love that mentality.”
Another fan described him as: “Dead ball specialist.”
Eric added: “Bruno is pure silk. Miles ahead of Fred and McTominay.”
But Dec teased: “Roy Keane would have caught that.”
In United’s return to action at Tottenham on Friday night, Fernandes registered his fourth goal for the club with a penalty to rescue his side a point.
It made it six games in a row where the 25-year-old has notched either a goal or an assist for his new team, who paid £55million for his services in the winter window.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side remain five points behind Chelsea in the race for the top-four.
A victory over the Blades will be a huge boost to their Europe hopes, ahead of a run of games against teams struggling down the wrong end of the table.