By Nick Teale
Sanchez Watt joined an elite group of Gunners when he scored on his Arsenal debut against West Brom earlier this season. But he wants to top that with an appearance in the Carling Cup Final.
The 19-year-old recently signed a contract extension with the Club but is eager to be remembered for more than just his strike against the Baggies, which he describes as the best moment of his career to date.
"I would say the goal against West Brom is the highlight of my career," Watt told Arsenal.com.
"It helped the squad to continue in the competition and other players get to show what they can do.
"But I want to repeat that; I don't want it to be a one-off. I want to be talking about playing in the Final or being in the squad for the Final."
The striker also appeared in the Fourth Round clash against Liverpool, coming on as a second-half substitute.
The Gunners already held a 2-1 lead when he was introduced, making it a different challenge to the game against West Brom, which Watt started.
"We were defending a lead [when I came on] but we weren't just defending so I came on in attack.
"We had holding players and I still wanted to go forward because I like to score, I like to get into the box.
"You have to be mentally switched on, and players will be telling you that you have to hold and push back but attack when there is time to go because you could get another goal which would make things easier."