Andre Ayew is delighted to have been given so much responsibility at Marseille this season.
The Ghana international has been a resounding success in 2010/11, with his creative talents utilised on a regular basis by coach Didier Deschamps.
Having been given the freedom to influence proceedings where he can, the 21-year-old has matured into one of the top talents in French football.
He further underlined his standing as one to watch with the winner for Marseille in their crucial 2-1 victory over arch-rivals Paris St Germain on Sunday.
Ayew admits he still has much to learn before he can claim to be the finished article, but is pleased to have been given a stage on which to perform at Stade Velodrome.
"For a player who has been educated here, it is a dream to score against PSG," he told Canal+ following his weekend heroics.
"The coach is trying to trust me as much as possibe. I can't complain about my situation at the moment.
"I am still learning, I am still improving, and I have always tried to give my best to a club that means so much to me."