Pep Guardiola highlighted Gabriel Jesus' "incredible importance" to Manchester City after he stole the show from £100m man Jack Grealish in the champions' demolition of Norwich.
Grealish opened his City account on his Premier League home debut, one of three goals Jesus laid on for his team-mates against the outclassed Canaries.
The Brazil striker has been linked with a move away from Etihad Stadium as a way of opening up funds for the purchase of Harry Kane from Tottenham but Guardiola was thrilled with Jesus's contribution from the right side of the attack.
"If one person deserves respect and prizes and everything, it is him [Jesus] because he never complains. He is fantastic and all of us have to learn from him," the Manchester City manager told BBC Sport.
"He can play as a striker, he can play left, he can play right - always what the team needs. He can play 10 minutes from the bench and he will play the best 10 minutes he can play."