Ligue 1's top goalscorer Kylian Mbappé will get even better with experience, according to Paris Saint-Germain team-mate Neymar.
Neymar believes Kylian Mbappé is a "phenomenon" but backed his Paris Saint-Germain team-mate to keep improving.
Mbappé hit 13 Ligue 1 goals in his first PSG season but has proven far more prolific in 2018-19, scoring 26 times to help the champions dominate the league again.
Edinson Cavani and Nicolas Pépé have scored 17 goals each with Mbappé a virtual certainty to win Ligue 1's top-scorer award for the first time.
Mbappé is also proving himself at international level and has broken Karim Benzema's record as the youngest player to reach 30 appearances for France.
The striker has also scored 12 times for Les Bleus, including four goals in their triumph at the 2018 World Cup under Didier Deschamps.
"He can have a great career and become even better than he already is"
But Neymar, whose foot injury has allowed Mbappé to take the PSG spotlight in recent weeks, feels there is even more to come from the 20-year-old.
"For me, right now, he is already a phenomenon," Neymar said to DAZN and Goal.
"He can have a great career and become even better than he already is. I have no doubt about it that he will become one of the biggest names in world football.
"He is a calm person, happy, full of joy, always ready to joke around. Obviously, he's still a 'kid' and has to gain more experience."
Pelé has suggested Mbappé could be his heir, although Neymar has staked his claim for the title by closing in on the three-time World Cup winner's goals record for Brazil.
"I can't really decide who the second or first best player is after Pelé," Neymar added. "For me, we are all important. In the past I've said that every one of us has made history, every one played in a different way and every one has been important at a certain moment.
"There are names that will forever remain etched in history, there will always be important Brazilians in football. Ronaldo, Romario, Ronaldinho, Kaká, Zico, Rivaldo - I could go on forever.
"There are many players who were important in their own unique way, that's why it's so difficult to just pick one. Roberto Carlos, for example, wasn't an attacker but is still a player with an incredible story. So to me, it doesn't make a lot of sense to rank the best players in the 'post-Pele era'.
"I have a lot of respect for the players who made history in the past, all the players that have been called up to the Brazil national team, because they are an example to me, they are my idols. Every single one of them is important."