After landing in Spain six years ago, the 19-year-old has steadily risen up the ladder in the hugely competitive Spanish scene and at a club that’s recognized in Spain for its quality youth development system.

Danzo is said to be on the radar of the Spanish and Italian FAs but understands his preference is for Australia. 

He was briefly called up for an Olyroos squad when Josep Gombau was working for FFA's national set up. 

Before that though, he trained under well-respected coach Jane Talevski with FFA's skillaroos program, run through Football NSW.

The family arrived six years ago where Danzo played for a small club in Barcelona Gava, before his move to Levante.

What’s impressive is the fact that as a central midfielder he’s been able to come into a football culture that produces so many quality midfielders and shine.

And after signing with a big Spanish agent (the same one who looks after Paco Alcacer), expect some big things from this Australian.

Let’s see if the Olyroos and Socceroos give this South Coast talent a chance in the future.

“The hope that in the next two or three seasons he gets an opportunity with the first team,” added John.

"He's done well, scoring and with assists, and that's what got the Spanish FA to inquire about this kid they call 'the Australian."