Arsenal forward Theo Walcott has been delighted with the impact made by summer signings Gervinho and Carl Jenkinson.
The duo moved to Emirates Stadium from Lille and Charlton respectively during the close season and both have been well utilised by manager Arsene Wenger.
Gervinho has proved the perfect foil for Robin van Persie in attack with two goals and seven assists, while star of the future Jenkinson has helped ease the club's injury crisis at the back.
Although Gervinho has not been a regular on the scoresheet this term Walcott believes his contribution to the team cannot be underestimated.
"He's been fantastic this season," Walcott said of Gervinho on the club's official website.
"Obviously [English football] is totally different to what he's used to playing but now he is playing week in week out in the Premier League, which is very physical, and he is showing his qualities.
"He has still got a lot to learn and he knows that - but you can start to see that Gervinho is going to be the right type of player for Arsenal."
Walcott has also praised the man who operates just behind him on the pitch - Jenkinson.
"He is doing very well," he continued. "I don't think he thought he would be playing quite this much but Carl's got in there and he always wants to learn, which is great to see.
"He's eager, he wants to perform and he is getting better every game now. I think the game against West Brom a couple of weeks ago was his best game for us.
"He's got bags of confidence at the moment, all the lads are encouraging him and it's showing in his performances."