I got a text late last night, from Samuel Mowbray of all people.
"Have you seen Aaron Ramsey's goal for Wales tonight?" he asked me excitedly.
Since then, I've been trawling the websites to try and find it and you can see it HERE.
Apologies for the grainy quality but you can still tell that the quality of the strike is first class and underlines further why Ramsey is being spoke of so highly.
Many of the newspapers give him the Man of the Match award and John Toshack, who has worked with a fair few top quality players in his time having coached at Real Madrid, has stated this week that the young Gunner will not be in the Under-21s anymore.
The problem for Arsene Wenger, though, is how Ramsey could be accommodated in the first team.
It's fair to say that he would not excel as a wide player, meaning he has to contest a central berth. He seems more creativee than destructive and therefore, he is in direct competition with Cesc.
That's the issue Wenger needs to deal with. Sure, Denilson may not be the most destructive ball-winner but it's someting we've missed since Flamini left for Italy in he summer.
But that's probably a discussion for the future. Right now, the prospect of Ramsey playing regularly in Arsenal colours is something to behold.