Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hailed Mesut Ozil saying the attacking midfielder has a "taste" for goals following the German's hat-trick in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Ozil scored three times in the second half as the Gunners smashed Bulgarian side Ludogorets 6-0 at the Emirates Stadium.
However, Wenger was delighted to see Ozil get into the balance of scoring and assisting goals for his team.
"It looks like he gets a taste to score goals because he goes more behind," he told a news conference.
"Before, he liked only to come to the ball and provide.
"We want him to be a provider and a scorer and it looks like he's slowly moving to that better balance."