Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla celebrated his return to the first-team in Saturday's defeat of Norwich with a trip to the pub after the game, although the Spain international was not there for a pint.
Cazorla had not made an appearance for the Gunners since the north London derby defeat of Tottenham in September, but played a prominent role in the convincing victory against Norwich at the weekend.
The 28-year-old had a hand in two Arsenal goals before he was replaced by Tomas Rosicky, perhaps with one eye on Tuesday's clash with Borussia Dortmund, and Cazorla was seemingly satisfied with his day's work.
Following the 4-1 win, during which Jack Wilshere scored one of the finest goals ever scored at the Emirates Stadium, Cazorla pulled his car up outside a pub close to Arsenal's ground to speak to supporters and sign autographs.
Cazorla's gesture reinforced the feel good feeling there is at Arsenal at present, with the club sitting two points clear at the top of the Premier League table after eight matches.
Watch Santi Cazorla pull up outside the Tollington in the video above.