Aaron Ramsey has been able to develop a side of his game previously unheralded this season, with the Arsenal midfielder having found the net 13 times for club and country just three months into the campaign.
Prior to this term, the former Wales captain had only scored 11 times in five seasons with the Gunners, but managed to match that total in 17 matches in 2013-14.
Despite his impressive exploits in front of goal for Arsenal and Wales during the opening months of the season, Ramsey does not rate his ability to find the net as his greatest attribute.
The 22-year-old believes that his strongest skills are both his passing and his work-rate, and both have shone through alongside his goal getting for Arsenal so far this season.
"My passing or my work-rate [are my best attributes]," Ramsey said in a promotional video for adidas.
"You need that to be a top quality midfielder and its something that I've worked on a lot."
Ramsey is currently on international duty with Wales, with an encounter set for Saturday against Finland, before returning to action with Arsenal and match versus Southampton seven days after.