Belgian-born Ghanaian youngster Pierre Dwomoh has started training session with the Genk senior team after being promoted from the Under 18.
Dwomoh, 15, has been having sessions with the main squad at the Luminus Arena as he starts a new adventure at the highest level.
The budding talent is considered as the brightest spot in the Genk youth team and his greatest asset is being able to play in a number of positions despite being a natural central midfielder.
Dwomoh is expected to be a squad player for the league though he will mainly be used in the cup games as he builds himself up for a breakthrough into the first eleven.
Genk manager, Hannes Wolf has already named Dwomoh as the future of the club and someone who can follow the footsteps of club legend Kevin De Bruyne.
On the international scene, he made his Belgian Under 17 debut on September 5, 2019 in a 2-0 away win against Germany and has gone on to play seven more games scoring one goal.
The most highly-rated Under 17 player in Belgium, Dwomoh is also officially the youngest player to be promoted to a senior team in the country in recent years.
He joined Genk officially on July 1, 2016 at the age of 12 from bitter rivals Anderlecht after a protracted transfer issue which made headlines in the whole of Belgium.