Being called up to your national squad is something few can boast of, but the same for an 18-year old boy is a completely different level of achievement.
Rangers defender Myles Beerman recently became one such player to earn his place in the Maltese national team at the ripe age of eighteen.
The teenager was brought top Ibrox from Manchester City less than a year ago. While former manager Mark Warburton did not give a place to Beerman in the Rangers first team right away, it has been current boss Pedro Caixinha who brought the player to limelight by using him to replace injured captain Lee Wallace this year.
And things seems to have gone really well ever since for the player, who was welcomed into the Maltese national team with the traditional right of passage involving team-mates shaving his head.