Thomas Partey has issued a compendious message following his full Arsenal debut.
The midfielder joined the Gunners from Atletico Madrid in a £45million transfer deadline day move.
He made his Arsenal bow as a late substitute in the 1-0 Premier League defeat at Manchester City last weekend.
But he was handed his first start for the club in Thursday night’s Europa League Group B opener away to Rapid Vienna.
Things did not all go according to plan at first, as the Austrian hosts took a 51st-minute lead through Taxiarchis Fountas.
However, Mikel Arteta’s men hit back to claim a 2-1 victory, thanks to goals from Davis Luiz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Arteta was pleased with Partey‘s contribution, describing his performance as “really solid, really comfortable” and “fantastic”.
The manager added: “We know that with the price we paid for him and the profile of the player that he is that he is going to have a lot of people looking at him every single game.
“This is about the structure we have as a team, the flow, the unity and the cohesion that we need in our team. He’s one piece of that. Hopefully he’s a big piece.”
And Partey enjoyed himself, it would seem, after completing 90 minutes.
The Ghana international posted three pictures from the match on Instagram, accompanied by the caption: “Good feelings”.
That was followed by a raising hands emoji and the hashtags #Arsenal and #UEL (UEFA Europa League).