Norwich fans reacted on Twitter as Nathan Redmond impressed against Sunderland.
Unlikely scorers Russell Martin and Steven Whittaker earned the visitors a two-goal half-time lead before Redmond put the result beyond doubt after the break.
Duncan Watmore's scored a late consolation for the hosts, but it did little to dampen Alex Neil's side's spirits as they travelled home with maximum points for the first time this season.
At the centre of supporters' praise emerged Redmond, who has come under fire at times during his time at Carrow Road.
However, following his second Premier League goal in as many games, the Norwich faithful were lauding the transformation he has undergone since the arrival of current manager Alex Neil.
His inclusion in the Canaries line-up came as one of two changes from the Scot's team that faced Crystal Palace last weekend, with his display leaving many questioning why he isn't starting week-in week-out.
Here is how fans reacted on Twitter to the youngster's impressive top-flight performance.
Think every #NCFC fan will agree Nathan Redmond needs to be a starter until further notice. Could be a £20m England player by end of season.— Sam Victor Jermy (@SamJermy) August 16, 2015
Redmond took his goal brilliantly yesterday. 18months ago he would have panicked and blasted it over the bar. #ncfc— Tom (@TomH10000) August 16, 2015
The job Alex Neil has done with Redmond is phenomenal. He's joined the queue behind Walcott and Sterling for an England place, surely. #NCFC— Christopher Keeley (@Keels811) August 16, 2015
Remember when "fans" used to slate Redmond? Need to give younger players time and full support. Growing into a top winger. #ncfc— Tim Rudge (@TimRudge90) August 16, 2015
last year we see Redmond in a Norwich shirt? Someone big will come in for him. 2 goals in 2. He's coming of age. Don't begrudge him. #ncfc— Adam (@AJWard1993) August 15, 2015
So glad that Redmond is getting the praise he deserves now. All those people telling me I was an idiot last season, in your face! #ncfc— Ashley Howell (@AshleyHowell2) August 15, 2015
Redmond's finish gets better every time you see it. So composed - a year ago that is probably going wide. This is his season. #ncfc— Jamie Allison (@jallison31) August 15, 2015
Norwich undefeated away from home under current manager?! You barmy?! What a stat! Redmond looks sparky #ncfc— Danny Sayers (@Danny_Sayers) August 15, 2015
really like Nathan Redmond, couple of goals to his name already this season, excellent player #NCFC— Sam Rearden (@samCFCrearden) August 15, 2015
Nathan Redmond is a baller