Arsenal starlet Joel Campbell continues to enjoy a beneficial loan spell with Olimpiacos after finding the net for the second game in succession for the Greek champions.
The 21-year-old joined the club on a season-long stint during the summer transfer window and has made 11 appearances in the league so far this term, seven of which have been starts.
Campbell's goal at the weekend, a somewhat fortunate one against Panthrakikos, was his fourth of the season in the league and his second in as many appearances.
Along with this Campbell has also contributed seven assists, four of which game in the 5-1 drubbing of OFI Crete at the end of last month, and his performances will no doubt excite Arsenal supporters.
The Costa Rica international has yet to make an appearance for the Gunners having spent two previous loan spells away from the club due to issues receiving a work permit to play in the UK.
Campbell has since been granted the right to represent Arsenal, but Arsene Wenger chose to provide the player with another chance to further his education elsewhere, this time with Olimpiacos.
It remains to be seen if Campbell will earn a place in Wenger's first team at the end of his stint in Greece, but the youngster is certainly doing no harm to his prospects of becoming part of the Emirates Stadium fabric in the future.