Bafetimbi Gomis is reluctant to take all of the plaudits for Lyon's remarkable progress into the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League.
The France international did, however, play a leading role in what proved to be a memorable night for the Ligue 1 outfit on Wednesday.
They entered their final Group D fixture staring elimination in the face, with three points needed from a trip to Dinamo Zagreb and a favour required from Real Madrid in their meeting with Ajax.
And with Lyon also requiring a seven-goal swing in their favour, it seemed impossible that they could reach the knockout stage.
They were, however, able to see off 10-man Dinamo 7-1 and were thankful to Real for winning 3-0 in Amsterdam.
Gomis netted four of Lyon's goals, including a seven-minute hat-trick, but he has been quick to point out that the comprehensive success was down a team effort and not individual performances.
"I'm not a hero," he said.
"It's a collective performance. After they had (Jerko) Leko sent off I had a lot of space, I just had to apply myself."
Lyon coach Remi Garde was left struggling to sum up the achievements of his side afterwards, with the football gods having smiled on the men from Stade Gerland.
"It is surreal, extraordinary," he said.
"This is an amazing scenario and it has been a crazy night."