The superlatives for Andros Townsend are not running out any time soon.
He followed up his sensational internatinal debut against Montenegro last Friday with a confident and mature display for England as they sealed a World Cup place against Poland on Tuesday evening.
The winger was England's biggest threat for much of the first half, unnerving the Polish defence with his directness, and crashing a shot against the bar from 25-yards out.
The young winger has now given his verdict on his accomplishments, and very few could have put it better.
Townsend equalled Michael Carrick as England's most accurate passer on the night, with 94 per cent of his passes finding a teammate. However just three of his eight crosses found teammates.
He had three efforts on goal, with two on target, and also made two key passes resulting in goalscoring opportunities.
He was unsurpringly England's best dribbler, successfully taking on opponents seven times, with the nearest other of his teammates Gerrard, Welbeck and Smalling, each doing so just twice.
It really has been an amazing week for the winger, now the challenge is on to maintain his form over the season and be a starter in England's first World Cup game in Brazil next summer.
Should Townsend be first choice over Walcott?