Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been hitting the headlines for his performances this season, but he insists he is simply trying to learn from his Arsenal team-mates.
The 18-year-old has burst onto the scene this season with a string of impressive performances for the Gunners, and bagged his first Premier League goals in Saturday's 7-1 destruction of Blackburn.
But the youngster insists he is still learning and is just happy to be playing alongside Robin van Persie and Thierry Henry.
He told the club's official website: "I'm one of the least experienced players in the squad so any player who gives me a comment always helps me, whether it is positive or constructive criticism.
"I listen to everybody. People like Thierry and Robin who score goals and are attacking players like myself, you can always learn a lot from them. That's all I do, I listen and learn.
"I have belief in myself and in my own ability. I just know that I have to keep working hard and learn off the boys, and then hopefully the rest will come. At the moment it's going quite well for me so I'm just going to keep working hard."
Oxlade-Chamberlain's performances have led to speculation that he could be in line for a place at Euro 2012 with England - a far cry from playing in League One with Southampton less than 12 months ago.
He added: "It's been a tough challenge but I knew when I signed that I had to work hard and take little bits from everyone around me.
"There's quality players at this club and a quality manager so you just have to learn from everyone. I've just tried to take it in my stride and keep developing my game.
"[In terms of Euro 2012] I am just focusing on Arsenal at the moment and I'm also in the England Under 21 squad. All I can do is focus on what I am involved in.
"Obviously it would be very nice [to play in the tournament] but I just have to keep my feet on the ground and take it step by step."