Jerome Thomas has spoken of his delight after West Brom's shock 3-2 win at former club Arsenal on Saturday.
The left winger, who began his professional career with the Gunners, was instrumental in the famous win, netting Albion's third goal and creating Peter Odemwingie's opener.
He is delighted to have helped secure the victory, especially as he was sent off in the Baggies' 2-0 Carling Cup defeat at the Emirates last season.
The 27-year-old told the club's official website: "It's got to be one of the highlights of my career so far.
"I'll enjoy it for now and then concentrate on next Saturday's game and trying to get another three points.
"The lads are over the moon and ecstatic with the win. It's a great three points."
Jerome also praised the club's management team, led by Roberto Di Matteo, for getting their tactics spot on.
"They wanted us to press high and surprise Arsenal," added Jerome.
"We won the ball a few times early in the game, broke on them and that gave them a bit of a fright.
"You've got to respect the players you're playing against.
"They're world class but you have to have that no-fear factor and go out and play your game, which is what we did.
"As a winger it's my job to create and score goals.
"It was nice to go back there and do well, especially after getting sent-off there last season."
Chris Brunt missed a 37th minute penalty but - helped by Di Matteo's half-time team-talk - the Baggies stayed positive and established a 3-0 lead before Samir Nasri netted a brace but Albion held on.
Jerome added: "I didn't get that feeling it wasn't going to be our day when Brunty missed the penalty.
"The lads stayed confident. We had a good half-time talk with the gaffer.
"Funnily enough, we've been having better second halves this season - and it happened again yesterday.
"I'm experienced enough to know at 3-0 it wasn't the end of the game, especially with Arsenal and the way they pressure you.
"We made the classic mistake of dropping off as a lot of teams do when they're away from home and a few goals up.
"It was a testing time in the last 15 to 20 minutes but we held on."