Arsenal new boy Cohen Bramall is obviously settling down at Arsenal after the youngster described his first day with us.
The 20-year-old left-back has left Hednesford, who play in the seventh-tier of English football, to sign a two-and-a-half year deal with the Gunners.
Bramall held his first training session with the Premier League giants today and then met up with his new boss Arsene Wenger.
The young defender told Sky Sports: “[Wenger] came up to me after the session and just said ‘hi, nice to met you’.
“He said basically ‘I like how you play’. So just to hear those words, you don’t get that a lot.”
Bramall, who joins Arsenal for £40,000, is set for a stint in the club’s academy but Wenger and co rate him as very much one for the future.
The versatile starlet relished the chance to pit himself against his new Arsenal team-mates this morning and revealed his first-impressions of the illustrious club.
He added: “I walked in and saw everything, I was absolutely gobsmacked. It was like a dream, my eyes just lit up straight away.
“I played to the best of my ability and used my speed a lot, overlapping from left-back.
“I tried to put myself out there and impress Arsene Wenger. I was trying to be confident and be loud.”