And Shearer believes the 21-year-old's third goal of the season will have registered on England manager Gareth Southgate's radar.
"It was another fine performance and another goal," said Shearer of a player he has selected in the No 10 role in his Team of the Week.
"If he keeps on going like this it's only a matter of time before he gets a full England cap."
Shearer's Team of the Week
Were it not for the Spaniard's brilliance between the posts, Wolves would have taken a deserved three points at Old Trafford.
Experience counts and the Argentinian right-back showed it all against Chelsea.
The Frenchman was impressive and helped keep Eden Hazard and Co quiet for a first clean sheet of the season.
The centre-back was solid. He collected a clean sheet and scored his first goal at Anfield.
This has been a great month for the 21-year-old. He made his England debut and was impressive again here.
The Portuguese produced a magnificent performance and goal. He also showed the energy and desire that his opponents lacked.
A performance full of maturity from the teenager. He was organising with an authority that belies his 19 years.
He was just magnificent, crowning a wonderful performance with an assist and a goal.
It was another fine performance and another goal. If he keeps on going like this it's only a matter of time before he gets a full England cap.
His was a superb performance which had everything.
The Frenchman scored a stunning goal to send Arsenal on their way to three points.
Manager: Nuno Espirito Santo (WOL) | MUN 1-1 WOL
Nuno has now taken points off Man City and Man Utd and more than matched them in both encounters.