Two time World Cup winner Tobin Heath made her debut for Arsenal Women over the weekend as the London club thrashed Manchester City by a 5-0 score line.
The 33-year-old American, who picked up an Olympic bronze medal over the summer, signed for the Gunners earlier this month but only arrived in London on Friday.
After one training session on Saturday, Arsenal coach Jonas Eidevall decided to give the New Jersey native a cameo appearance before further assimilating her into the team.
Heath entered the field of play at Meadow Park, Borneham Wood in the 86th after Arsenal were up 4-0 against Citeh thanks in part to a Kim Little brace that had already secured the victory.
Although the Gunners have won their first three games of the season including victories over Chelsea and Reading, they fell short of their ambitions last season and have brought in the American to help steer them to some silverware.
Heath, who played for Manchester United last season but left before it ended due to injury, will hope to feature for the USWNT late October when they play a pair of friendly games in the USA against South Korea. She will of course also look to get into the Arsenal starting line-up as soon as possible.
The Gunners will travel to Birmingham to take on Aston Villa in the English Super League on Sunday afternoon.