Rodrygo joined Madrid for £38.5m (€45m) back in 2019, as a highly-rated teenager from Brazil.
The 22-year-old has now become an integral part of the Real Madrid team, and is already fulfilling his potential.
Last season, Rodrygo, Vinicius Jr and Karim Benzema formed a formidable trio.
However, following Benzema’s departure to the Saudi Pro League, Carlo Ancelotti decided to switch to a 4-4-2 formation.
Rodrygo has managed just one goal all season, which came back in mid-August against Athletic Club.
Rodrygo has gone ten games without scoring a goal, as he seems to be struggling in his new role.
The young Brazilian has admitted that he doesn’t like his new role as a striker.
Speaking while on international duty, Rodrygo said: “I have always made clear that I have the ability to play on the wing, I don’t like playing as a number nine, but in Madrid I have to.
“For Brazil, I have more freedom to move.”