Nottingham Forest new boy Kyle Ebecilio made his debut for the club at the weekend.
The central midfielder is on loan from Dutch side FC Twente, and went straight into the side's starting line-up, having secured his move days earlier.
Having not had much time at all to train alongside his new teammates, Ebecilio looked composed in the 1-1 draw with Bolton Wanderers at The Reebok.
He took to Twitter 24 hours after the result to express his satisfaction at making his bow, but desire to help his team improve.
Ebecilio was near immaculate in his passing, recording a 97 per cent completion rate during his 74 minutes on the pitch.
He created one goalscoring opportunity, while defensively made just the one tackle.
After four games Nottingham Forest are in 11th place with five points, winning one, drawing two and losing one of their first four games of the season.
Their next match is at home to Cardiff City, who have just one point more at this stage, and after another week to get used to his new side, Ebecilio will hope to make even more of an impact.