Henrikh Mkhitaryan announced his arrival at Arsenal in some style last weekend by recording three assists on his home debut in the 5-1 win over Everton.
It was Aaron Ramsey's hat-trick that stole headlines, but two of the Welshman's strikes were superbly created by Mkhitaryan, who also assisted Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goal.
The Armenian was so impressive at the Emirates Stadium, in fact, that Arsene Wenger likened him to fan favourite Santi Cazorla.
"There are similarities there," said the Frenchman. "Santi was an exceptional football player. I met Mkhitaryan before [he joined Manchester United] and I always liked his game.
"He's a player dedicated totally. He comes from a country where you need special character to become a great football player. He looks happy to play football because he just loves it."
Saturday's thumping win gave Arsenal fans the chance to see their January signings play together for the first time and it's safe to say they were very excited by what they saw.
It's worth mentioning that Alexandre Lacazette didn't even get on against Everton, suggesting Arsenal's attack has the potential to be even better.
Mkhitaryan certainly looks at home in north London and he's well on his way to also becoming a fan favourite judging by what he's been doing for his teammates on the training pitch.
Apparently the 28-year-old has been volunteering to stay behind after training recently to help Arsenal's strikers and provide them service.
Usually an Arsenal coach would stay to deliver balls for Aubameyang and Lacazette, but Mkhitaryan has taken on that duty of late. Such commitment.
Wenger confirmed the rumours in his pre-match press conference ahead of this weekend's trip to Wembley for the north London derby.
"He has a very professional attitude and overall I think that is what you want from every player," said Wenger. "I am not surprised about that because I find that absolutely normal."
Mkhitaryan has already shown he's an Arsenal player through and through with his style of play, but he's also determined to succeed with the Gunners, which fans will love to see.News Now - Sport News