Jordan Larmour won't get carried away with the hype surrounding his recent performances, according to Leinster and Ireland teammate Garry Ringrose.
The 21-year-old full-back ran in three second half tries as Ireland's relatively experimental side demolished Italy in Chicago.
With Rob Kearney still a doubt a head of the weekend clash with Argentina, it's thought that Larmour will be in the frame to start.
Speaking to the media not long after the squad touched down on Irish soil following their American trip, centre Garry Ringrose said that the "hard-working" Larmour was unlikely to have his head turned by the publicity.
"He wouldn't get too carried away. He's one of the more hard working guys out there. It's great to see it pay dividends on the pitch.
"He works incredibly hard at training and he's always learning off the pitch, asking the right questions.
"Each game is a learning experience for him - because you kind of forget how young he is - so he knows that every game he plays is bigger than the previous one.
"He'll take advantage of every opportunity but he knows himself there's stuff to work on. He's someone who provides a huge amount of energy on and off the pitch."
Ringrose started the Italy in the centre alongside Bundee Aki, the first time the pair had played together since the one-sided victory over England in Twickenham in the final game of the Six Nations.
"It's great to get a chance to play with him (Aki). He has the physical aspect to his game but he's also a brilliant footballer. and there was a good line of communication there. We didn't get it right every time but when we did build into our shape, we did manage to get a bit of success once or twice.
"They're both (Henshaw and Aki) world class players either side of the ball. It doesn't differ too much with the quality of communication and quality of ball you get."
Kearney is the main fitness concern ahead of Ireland's game against Argentina in the second of the November Internationals next weekend.
The full-back continues to recover from shoulder injury incurred in Leinster's handsome victory away to Treviso in the Pro14.
Ireland last met Argentina in the same venue twelve months ago, Joe Schmidt's side triumphing 28-19 on that occasion.
While Argentina are justifiably regarded as Ireland's bogey team in World Cup rugby, the Pumas have yet to win in Dublin in eight attempts.
Mario Ledesma was appointed head coach in August following the resignation of Daniel Hourcade. The former Pumas hooker has righted the ship to some extent, leading the country to their best ever Rugby Championship performance.
In 2018, they won two matches in the competition for the first time in seven attempts.
"I think it was obviously a tough introduction when they first came in (to the Rugby Championship) but I think year on year, you see improvements," says Ringrose.
"They keep bettering themselves with the type of rugby they're playing and the games are getting closer.
"They're a team that are certainly battling amongst the top teams in the world. It can be tough to back up week on week against the quality of opposition they're playing. I think no one in our camp or in World rugby underestimates the quality they have in their camp, individually or collectively."