Mario Balotelli has only been in Milan five minutes - and he's already causing a stir.
The Italian left Manchester City in the transfer window to return 'home' to the club he supports and he has wasted no time in making an impression.
Balotelli scored twice on his debut as AC Milan beat Udinese on Sunday, with his winner a trademark cool penalty in the last minute.
And Milan vice president Adriano Galliani said: "We are back.
"We knew that we had signed an immense player.
"Our first choice attacking trident has a combined age of 60. There will be little to do for us in attack in the future.
"A few days ago a director from a top European club phoned me and said he was happy to see this Milan again. The arrival of Balotelli has given the perception that the real Milan has returned.
"We don't have Lionel Messi, but we have Balotelli. This attack reminds me of Barcelona and we will see the benefit in terms of sponsors because he is only 22 and he has great potential."