Martin Odegaard's excellent contribution during our 4-0 win over PSV Eindhoven has seen him nominated for the Champions League Player of the Week award, with supporters' votes helping to determine the winner.
Our skipper put in a brilliant display to help us to a convincing victory, scoring once and producing the shot that forced Walter Benitez into a parry that allowed Bukayo Saka to net our opening goal. He also covered 12.69km during the encounter, enjoyed more touches than any player (82) and made the most accurate passes (64) - boasting a completion rate of 91 per cent.
Martin picked up the Player of the Match prize for his efforts at Emirates Stadium, and he could be in line for more silverware should he come out on top of the vote for the weekly award.
He is up against Barcelona's Joao Félix who scored twice against Antwerp, Porto's Galeno who bagged a brace against Shakhtar Donetsk, and Jude Bellingham who struck late to clinch a 1-0 win for Real Madrid against Union Berlin.
Supporters have until 2pm UK time on Friday to make their choice, and you can vote for Martin now