Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident "special" Mason Greenwood will go on to become a top player for club and country following his winning goal against Wolves.
Greenwood scored the only goal of Sunday's game in the 80th minute as United made it a record-breaking 28 successive unbeaten away matches in the English top flight.
In doing so, the 19-year-old became only the second teenager to find the net in the opening three matches of a Premier League season after Robbie Fowler for Liverpool in 1994-95.
Despite his promising start to the campaign, Greenwood was left out for the England squad ahead of the upcoming international break.
Although following discussions with Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate, Solskjaer admitted the decision was the right one for the youngster's development.
"The boy is special. Mason's a player we [Southgate and himself] can both see being a top player for Manchester United and England," he told Sky Sports.
"Of course, he wants to play for his country but at the moment, I think the best for him is to just focus on his everyday football.
"I'm sure he'll come good for England in the end."
Solskjaer also heaped praise on David de Gea, who made five saves at Molineux to keep the hosts at bay.
Among them was a superb double-save from close range to deny Romain Saiss the opening goal in the 69th minute.
"David's found his determination and desire. He's come back with loads of energy,” added Solskjaer, who was taking charge of his 100th league match for the Red Devils.
"You can see that in the work he's doing every single day.
"The second save from that corner is special. That's not just hit him; that's reaction and he's got a strong arm to it."