Alex Iwobi scored his third goal of the season on Sunday as Arsenal beat Crystal Palace 2-0.
The Nigerian international headed home in the second half to give the Gunners the cushion they needed for the rest of the game, and Arsene Wenger believes there are more goals to come.
Speaking afterwards, he said, “I believe he is always available, quick in his movement, wants the ball, can hold people off.
“People forget he’s 20 years old. I think he had a very good game – on top of that, now he starts to score goals. His quality of pass, of availability, is exceptional for a young boy.
“He lacked a bit of quality in dangerous areas and I hope that these goals he scores now will give him the taste as well to go where he can finish it off.
“There are always signs when a guy starts to score goals in training that they’ll come in games, and he has that. Now in training he starts to score goals.
“I’m sure he will score as well in the games.”
Iwobi has become an important part of the team now, and his appearance against Palace was his 17th start of the season, with 5 further appearances from the bench.