Tyrhys Dolan and his all-encompassing smile is a vibe we can all savour.
His radiant enthusiasm is infectious, filtering through to those around him and none more so than the Blackburn Rovers faithful, proud to see a player of such humble nature represent their football club.
His smile is one that is perfectly apt in marking his emergence at the club and in the professional game. For all the bitterness and cynicism that occasionally envelops football, witnessing a young man embark on his lifelong dream can helps us all to rediscover the very essence of sport.
Preston North End, who made the decision to release Dolan 18 months ago, will likely attest they could never have foreseen his phenomenal rise. After initially signing him with the view to integrating him into their Under-23 setup, Rovers may never have anticipated his ascendancy on the professional stage.
A transition that manifested from a pre-season opportunity, Dolan is the perfect example of a young player seizing his chance with both hands. The 19-year-old is grounded, wary of his journey to stardom and conscious of being lured into the unforgiving trap of relaxation.
He featured in every single matchday squad in the previous campaign and in the wake of Adam Armstrong's departure, has enjoyed a more prominent role in Tony Mowbray's plans this season with six starts from the opening eight fixtures.
In the same way Dolan can captivate spectators with his balletic feet, the teenager enchants those that speak to him with his refreshing honesty and persistently positive outlook.
It's why Mowbray absolutely adores working with Dolan day in, day out. Little surprise then at just 19 years, eight months and 28 days, the forward is expected to make his 50th competitive appearance in blue and white halves.
“He’s an amazing lad and it’s an honour to be on the training pitch with him and work with him every day," said Mowbray.
“His personality, his positivity, his energy, his love for the game, if I leave him out of the side he’s still the bounciest kid out there, he stays out there the longest.
“He deserves to be in every squad for what he brings to the training pitch every day, he almost sets the example of what it should be like to be a young professional striving to be a professional and get your career.”
It's Dolan's application in particular that prompt his peers to suggest a great career beckons, not that he hasn't impressed already.
A diminutive forward who's dependable across the frontline, he's already given experienced figures in Ryan Bennett and Dan Potts tumultuous occasions this season while in the more difficult contests, Millwall and Barnsley in particular, Dolan has consumed valuable lessons in how to approach the more physical, direct encounters.
Against Luton Town, his perseverance helped him to atone for an unconvincing pass in a threatening Rovers counter by inheriting a dangerous position off the shoulder of Kal Naismith and displaying the composure to finish from 10-yards.
No matter know how many times he may get knocked up, you can trust Dolan to dust himself down and reignite those unceasing energy levels to be a nuisance for the opposition - and supporters love that.
“He’s a shining example of how your character and personality, your human values and quality, can connect with the fanbase," added the manager.
“Every football fan wants their team to fight and get stuck in, even Man City who play this amazing brand of positional, in the games when it gets a bit edgy and they’re playing Liverpool, their fans want their team to fight and chase and win every tackle.
“Tyrhys doesn’t need any prompting, right from the first whistle he’s after the ball, he understands, the messages drop in from the first second, I don’t have to remind him of anything, he just does it. That’s why he’s a manager’s dream.
“He has got things he has to develop, he does get his head down at times, he has to get his head up and see the final pass.
“Too many times we’re breaking away and if he just picks his head up we score, yet he dribbles past the last man but then over-runs it.
“Those are things you put up with because of his personality that he brings and the intention he’s got.”
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