Josh Onomah made his first start as an Aston Villa player as Steve Bruce's side overcame Colchester United in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.
Onomah arrived at Villa Park on a season-long loan from Tottenham Hotspur last week, and made a cameo appearance in the Villans' 1-1 draw with Hull City on the Championship's opening day.
Joshua Onomah in action for Tottenham Hotspur
But the 20-year-old was given a full 90 minutes to impress in a central role against Colchester, as goals from Scott Hogan and Frankie Kent - who later scored at the right end - saw Villa return from Essex with a 2-1 win.
And he did exactly that, it seems, with Villa fans flocking to social media to praise the Tottenham product's performance.
Here's what they've been saying:
Buzzing to get my first start for Villa, also to top it off with a win! Onto the next #AVFC— Joshua Onomah (@Joshuaonomah10) August 9, 2017
Great start for us can we keep you ?— jαnєчσ (@janeyo_jane) August 9, 2017
superb tonight. what a future you have if you keep working hard.— Villa Views (@ViewsVilla) August 9, 2017
Thanks for coming to #avfc, shame we can't have you permanently. Great player plenty of skill possession and confidence, you will go far UTV— Astony Villa (@Tuitey) August 10, 2017
Onomah is the type of midfielder I love watching. Real classy player. #avfc— Diggy (@avfcdiggy) August 10, 2017
Onomah better be starting Saturday— JN (@ffsBjarnason) August 10, 2017
Positives from Colchester away last night: Jed Steer brilliant, Onomah great (has to start)— James Leyfield (@JamesJourn) August 10, 2017
Negatives: 10hr round trip, leaky stand! #AVFC
Josh onomah made col u players look like Sunday league players— Adam (@aobrien_) August 10, 2017
Was impressed with Onomah last night. Can see glimpses of why he is so highly rated at Spurs. Hopefully starts regularly for us now...— Ian DW (@sportdw) August 10, 2017
Josh Onomah absolutely immense, Andre Green absolutely woeful UTV— Block (@DareToBlock) August 10, 2017
Like Onomah's relaxed style although it does give the impression he could do more. Played with a control which other #avfc players lacked.— Lee Inman (@LeeInman4) August 9, 2017
Josh onomah to me looks like a young Delph....his ability on the ball is for all to see. Certainly an upgrade on tish #avfc— Matthew Tonry (@TonryMatt) August 9, 2017
Onomah will hope to follow in the footsteps of Tottenham teammates Danny Rose and Harry Kane, who each enjoyed spells on loan to Football League clubs earlier in their careers.
Spurs pair Harry Kane and Danny Rose (second and third left)
The Enfield-born starlet is clearly highly rated by his parent club, who extended his contract to 2021 before sanctioning his move to Aston Villa.
What did you make of the Spurs loanee's first Aston Villa start?