Forget Mesut Ozil, Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere; One Arsenal midfielder has overshadowed them all so far this season - Aaron Ramsey.
The Welshman has been in flying form this season and admits he's feeling great.
Ramsey fired in his sixth goal of the season last night to help his side beat Marseille 2-1 in the Stade Velodrome as the Gunners started of their Champions League group stage campaign in style.
It seems like an age ago that fans and pundits were calling for the former Cardiff youngster to be dropped after some poor displays last year.
The 22-year-old's stellar showings in the Premier League have propelled the Gunners to second in the table, only Liverpool are higher.
Since the opening day loss to Aston Villa, Arsene Wenger's men have recorded six straight victories in all competitions.
The Gunners have also hit form on the road, they have won 10 consecutive games on their travels now.
Ramsey admitted to the official Arsenal website that last nights win was: "Magnificent.
"It was a magnificent win for us to come here and get the three points,
"We did it a few seasons ago as well. It's a tough place to come to. The pitch wasn't the best - it was very sticky and dry and we had to continue to try and play our game. It paid off in the end and we got the win which we're delighted with.
"We've tried to defend as well as we can as a team. I feel like the team has grown much stronger in that department over the last couple of seasons. We showed that if we continue to try to play the way that we want to, something will happen in the end. It did and we took our chances.
"It's vital to get back into the swing of things in the league. We play against Stoke who have changed their style a bit under Mark Hughes. They've had a good start to the season so we'll have to be switched on, get a good recovery in the next couple of days and hopefully get another win in the league."
"I think I'm just a lot more composed in front of goal now,
"Throughout my career I've been in those positions where I could have scored a goal but I've probably lacked that composure to put the ball away. I've been a bit rash at times. I'm feeling good at the moment. I'm feeling confident so hopefully this will continue."
This weekends game against Stoke City will perhaps mean more to Ramsey than anyone else considering his past misfortune against The Potters.
It was in 2010 that Ramsey suffered a double leg fracture after a challenge from Ryan Shawcross, an injury which hindered his progress, only now is he finally playing his best football.
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