Stephen Donnelly has gone from Premier A and junior football to the Europa League in a month.
Less than four weeks ago the attacker was winning Premier A with Usher Celtic, but in the a short space of time he was starting in a Europa League clash against a side managed by Manchester United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The AUL Player of the Year and Premier A top scorer signed for Irish League side Glenavon on the back of a brilliant amateur season and seems to have settled in straight away.
The tricky attacker scored the only goal in a friendly which acted as his official debut and made his competitive debut for the club in Europe last night.
Donnelly, who had a brief but frustrating period at Bohemians last Summer, played his part in a brilliant come from behind win for a club that was once home for former Crumlin United striker Greg Moorhouse.
The former Usher Celtic front man did find his way onto the score sheet, but played 72 minutes in a much celebrated win.
Eirik Hestad had given the visitors an early lead, but goals from Rhys Marshall and Josh Daniels either side of half time mean Glenavon go to Norway on July 19 in front in the tie.