TINO Livramento scored his career-first senior goal with a headed effort during the 2-2 draw against Burnley, and could have had even more.

As well as putting chances on a plate for teammates Nathan Redmond and Armando Broja, Livramento hit the post and saw it travel back across the goal line before he eventually got his maiden strike five minutes before the half-time break.

Livramento evaded detection inside the Burnley penalty box to glance home a rare Redmond corner.

Not only scoring it in the Premier League, following his summer transfer to Saints from Chelsea’s academy, he was playing alongside one of his best friends in Blues loanee Armando Broja – who netted in the second period – making it all the more special.

Supporters were left purring with the performance of the 18-year-old right-back, who already looks like the best player in Saints’ side.

“He has everything what he needs to be a big player, attitude good, technical qualities,” Hasenhuttl insisted, speaking to the Daily Echo after the game.

The Austrian boss insists Livramento is not done there, and that he wants to help him reach his potential as a Premier League star.

“Finally as a club we really want to develop him to a higher level,” the boss continued. “It’s what we do every day. It would mean definitely a better player next year.”