Alex Iwobi says he is enjoying the moment as his remarkable week ended with a first Arsenal goal in the 2-0 victory over Everton on Saturday.
Iwobi impressed in his first Champions League start at Barcelona on Wednesday and was rewarded with his first Premier League start by Arsene Wenger at Goodison Park.
The 19-year-old repaid the confidence in full, combining well with his teammates in attack before scoring Arsenal's second shortly before halftime.
"It's not bad. I enjoyed the moment," Iwobi told BT Sport after being named Man of the Match. "But I'm happy that the team won, that's the positive and what we're going to take in to the next game."
Arsenal badly needed a victory to stay in the title fight after earning just one point in their last three league games.
And the athleticism of Iwobi and Welbeck seems to have given the Gunners a spark in attack, where the duo forms a threatening front four together with Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.
"[Iwobi] is creative in the final third and Danny Welbeck had a good first half as well. They looked always dangerous," Wenger said.
On Iwobi, he added: "He gains experience and confidence. There is still a lot of work for him, but overall I like his attitude and I like his quality."
Iwobi's uncle, former Nigeria star Jay-Jay Okocha was also impressed with his nephew's performance.
Goallllll....Iwobiiiiiiiii... Come on NEPH....that's more like it...
- Jay-Jay Okocha (@IAmOkocha) March 19, 2016
Mohamed Elneny also had another good game in central midfield, adding more defensive stability to Arsenal alongside Francis Coquelin.
Iwobi stole the headlines this time, although he credited Welbeck with helping lift his own performance.
"I'm enjoying training and playing with him, it's giving me confidence," the Nigeria international said about Welbeck. "He's always helping me out and giving me advice.
"We're all confident in training even though we've had a difficult week. We've tried to set that aside and just focus on the league."