Leroy Fer has admitted on social media that he was delighted to contribute to a Swansea City victory on his first start for the club.
The Dutchman moved to the Liberty Stadium at the end of the January transfer window after Queens Park Rangers allowed him to depart Loftus Road on loan, and he made an immediate impact in helping the Swans to a terrific win away at Arsenal.
Fer only lasted 71 minutes before being substituted, but that did not stop him from taking to Twitter to communicate with supporters.
Swansea City boss Francesco Guidolin was missing from the dugout in North London after being admitted to hospital and coach Gabriele Ambrosetti was quick to dedicate the success to the manager.
The win for Swansea - and defeat for Newcastle United at Stoke City - has seen the club move six points clear of the relegation zone.
On Saturday, Swansea host relegation rivals Norwich City at the Liberty Stadium.