Despite a profile in the Manchester Evening News and an assist for the U-23s earlier in the week, it doesn't seem that Matt Olosunde is anywhere near the top of Jose Mourinho's mind.
In his press conference before his team's final game of the Premier League season, the Manchester United head coach was asked about the young players he intended to include his match-day squad for the match against Crystal Palace.
Two goalkeepers Joel [Pereira] and [Kieran] O'Hara. We will have...[Demetri] Mitchell, [Scott] McTominay, Josh Harrop, Matty Willock, [Angle] Gomes, Zachary [Dearnley]...I think that's it. Plus Timothy Fosu-Mensah..Axel [Tuanzebe] - so lot's of them.
Not on that lengthy list of young players: Matt Olosunde.
The 19-year-old American has traveled with the Man United first team to away games against Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur recently - but didn't make the match-day 18 in either case. Nor did he feature in the team's trip to Southampton on May 17.
Man United will finish sixth in this year's Premier League, regardless of the result of its game against Crystal Palace on May 21 at Old Trafford.
Mourinho is understandably focused on the Europa League final against Ajax on May 24 - win that and Manchester United will have Champions League to play next season.
But even for a league game with no great significance to the club's prospects or standing in the league table, it would appear former New York Red Bulls Academy player Olosunde has not persuaded Mourinho he is worth a first-team debut this season.