​There doesn't seem to be an end to the records that Ryan Sessegnon wants to break as the wonderkid continues his footballing development.


The ​Fulham star already entered into the history books when he became the youngest goalscorer in the ​Championship's history - netting on his home debut at the age of 16 years and 94 days - and Sessegnon has now equalled another impressive feat set by a former MK Dons starlet.


The 17-year-old's hat-trick against ​Sheffield United in Tuesday's shock 5-4 win is the first to be notched by a teenager for three years. The last player to do so? We didn't think you'd need to ask:

Given how Dele Alli's reputation has risen rapidly since his £5m switch to ​Tottenham three summers ago, it wouldn't be surprising if Sessegnon soon followed suit in being transferred to the ​Premier League.

The full-back has already been linked with the likes of ​Liverpool, ​Manchester United and ​Arsenal since his senior side breakthough and, despite penning a new three-year deal in June, it won't be long before he's playing top flight football if he continues to impress.