Conor McAleny came on for Everton as a late substitute at the Emirates last season and immediately impressed the travelling fans with shot that could have flew in, but went past the post.
The Huyton born forward was praised by Moyesy that day and the 20 year old, who offers a different type of player to the stereotypical centre forward is looking for more game time to show his worth.
Conor said: "I know it takes time to progress. I want a run of games and to get fully fit - then I'll see where I am after that.
"I think if I got on for the first team I'd have a good chance of scoring.
"I like to stay on the left shoulder and drop in but I'm comfortable doing any forward role. Whatever feels natural. I like playing as a number 10 or playing as an outright striker."
"When Saha was here he could do everything. He could hold the ball up, run in behind, he was two-footed. I used to like watching him in training. I'd get absorbed watching how he did things. It was a bit weird replacing him when I made my second Premier League appearance against Norwich.
"He was so good and that's him these days. He'd have been even better years ago in his prime.
"Then there's Nikica Jelavic. He's superb and another one I can learn from.
"He's always there in the right place at the right time to score. I'm always learning.
"Maybe I didn't show it and looked calm but inside I was awestruck. I didn't even think I'd be on the bench that day and then when they said I was, to be honest I was just thrilled with that.
"But during the game Steve Round was coming over to me telling me things to do if I get on. I just thought he was speaking generally but then he came over while I was warming up and said get your training gear off. I had to repeat it to him and say, "Do you mean me?" He just laughed and said "Yeah you're going on".
"It all happened so quickly. It was a blur. But as soon as you're on you can just get on with the game.
"I didn't want it to end. I thought I'd scored with that shot and I could see by the Everton fans' reaction how close it was.
"At the end I had no intention of asking to swap shirts. Van Persie walked past me but I thought, 'This is my first one I'm keeping this'. I've got it framed and signed.
"There's no way I'd give that away."
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