While much of the conversation after yesterday's match between Arsenal and Tottenham was about Serge Gnabry, another player deserved just as much praise, his goal a culmination of weeks of impressive performances for the Gunners.
Tomas Rosicky may be 33-years-old, and he may be in the final year of his current contract, but the Czech midfielder's form suggests he could be an Arsenal player - and a vital one at that - for plenty more time to come.
Rosicky scored the second goal in Arsenal's 2-0 victory over their fierce rivals, but it was his all-round play that also caught the eye.
His one shot on target led to his goal, while he also played two key-passes to set up goal-scoring chances for a teammate. His pass-completion rate was 81% and he made two interceptions.
While some of Arsenal's younger stars generate the majority of the headlines, their elder statesman is performing brilliantly.
After the match, we took to Twitter to see what fans and pundits thought. And the general consensus seemed to be that Rosicky had a blinder.
You can read a selection of tweets below:
i thought Rosicky was sensational, one of his best games in an Arsenal shirt. What a season he's having.— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) January 4, 2014
Rosicky man of the match easy. Cazorla back to his best too. Come on. Buzzing— DC (@DeanLDN22) January 4, 2014
'Super Tom Rosicky' sung at the Emirates. Rightly so. Terrific, again. If it hadn't been for all these injuries...— Philippe Auclair (@PhilippeAuclair) January 4, 2014
Rosicky is just incredible ... the oldest player on the team yet has the most energy and highest work rate! #AFC— tunechi (@Tndbaba) January 5, 2014
Tomas Rosicky is a joy to watch— Mum's Bestie (@SteveKomedy) January 5, 2014
Yesterday showed why Rosicky and Sagna deserve new contracts. Sign them up Wenger— Liam Prest (@Liam_Prest_1994) January 5, 2014
Please give Rosicky a new deal. Turned the game against Cardiff on New Year's Day, and run the show yesterday. #2moreyears— DB (@Gooner1884) January 5, 2014