Dani Ceballos had a brilliant home debut against Burnley a couple of weeks ago and rightfully he was named man of the match and received glowing plaudits.
But a lot of Arsenal fans went way over the top, screaming all over social media sign him up now, he is worth hundred million, a superstar in the making and so on.
Then comes the Liverpool game and he played very poorly, he was played out of position but even so, his performance was abysmal and there is no point saying otherwise.
So, on the face of it at home against Burnley, he is great and away at Liverpool poor but those that say he is not cut out for it in the Premier League are just as guilty as those hyperventilating after his display against the Clarets.
He cannot be judged on one brilliant performance and neither can he be judged on one poor game, time is required to be able to evaluate him properly.
Let’s see how he does over three-six months, let’s see how he copes with the English winter and game congestion, in better words, let’s give the lad time to show us what he can do in a variety of different scenarios and not just two very different matches.
No doubt if he does badly against Spurs there will be those calling him a waste of space and if he scores a last-minute winner from a stunning free-kick then he will be the Messiah all over again.
In either event, it will be jumping the gun and overreacting once again.