After four exceptional performances for Exeter Chiefs in as many games, youngster Jack Nowell admits he could wish for nothing more.
The Cornishman impressed during the Chiefs' LV= Cup wins against London Welsh and Ospreys before a memorable Aviva Premiership debut against London Irish.
He retained his place in the starting line-up last weekend for the 30-23 home win over London Wasps and produced a man-of-the-match display.
A delighted Nowell said: "I couldn't have asked for anything more and it is exactly what I've been working for over the last couple of years.
"To be out there in front of a home crowd against Wasps, I'm over the moon about it.
"I'm out there playing with a great bunch of boys who support you in everything you do. If you make a mistake, they pick you straight back up and you feel ready to make the next move again."
One such occasion came when Nowell took the ball into contact against Wasps. He knocked the ball, losing possession for his team, but skipper Tom Hayes offered him some encouraging words.
"That is why he is so good," said Nowell. "I made a little mistake and he told me not to let it get into my head and told me to keep doing what I was doing and playing the way I was playing.
"It is a great environment here and a great team to play in. If you make a good break, they are right behind you. But if you make a mistake, they pick you straight back up."
The respect between Nowell and his team-mates is mutual. Hayes feels the Chiefs' work with young players at academy level is starting to pay off.
He said: "He has been playing really well and is a great example of our academy coming to fruition. There are a lot of boys coming through there at the minute.
"We were probably a bit behind in terms of our academy compared to long-established Premiership clubs but it is really starting to produce some talent now and it is not just Jack, there are plenty of other players really pushing through.
"There is a lot of work being done at the colleges too like Truro and Ivybridge.
"Jack is really stepping up to the mark and proving that age is just a number. He is taking his chance and giving it a go. He has got a lot of quality about him."
Nowell has also been well supported by the club's coaching staff. Head coach Rob Baxter, his assistant Aly Hepher and skills coach Ricky Pellow have all contributed to his development.
They have encouraged him to be bold and do the things that enabled him to catch the eye, leading up to his senior appearances.
Nowell said: "Just speaking with Rob, Aly and Ricky, they told me I have been put in this position for a reason and they said not to go into my shell. They want to me to go out there and play the way I've been playing."
But with the strength and depth of Chiefs' squad, Nowell must keep his own expectations for the season in check.
Argentina international wing Gonzalo Camacho is waiting to regain his place in the side, while Fiji wing Watisoni Votu is due to complete his move to Sandy Park in the coming days.
Baxter said: "There is no doubt that the form Jack showed in the last couple of weeks means he is going to be there or thereabouts every week in all selection thoughts now.
"That will be the case this weekend, next weekend and when we get back into the Premiership games over the Christmas period.
"We have to be realistic about it, Jack is a young guy playing very well and we are delighted with the way he has played and I'm sure we will see him featuring more over the course of the season."