Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech was delighted with his debut after the Gunners registered a 3-1 win over Everton on Saturday afternoon.
The 33-year-old produced a number of very good saves to deny Roberto Martinez's men as he brought leadership and security to the Arsenal defence.
"It's great to win a game," the goalkeeper told Arsenal Player.
"The main importance was to get fit and to play well, to get ready for the Premier League and the early competitions.
"It was the first game for me and the first game for some other lads, but I really enjoyed the team effort we put in and in the end we had a very good game.
"I'm very pleased because the first game is very important and I obviously wanted to have a successful debut. I'm happy - my first game and my first trophy. If it can continue like this I will be delighted.
"It's been a great week because we've been working hard.
"We had two very positive games, and we can go back home to London happy and glad with what we achieved here. The main target was to get fit and it's important that even when you are tired you win games.
"Everything has been great but [the most memorable moment was] probably my debut.
"When you play your first game, everybody has a big expectation and you win a game, [so] it is something to always remember."