The 21-year-old, who moved to Highbury from non-league Chester in the summer, scored a first-half brace at the weekend and is enjoying being back in full-time football.
He told the club's official website: "I couldn't have asked for better to be fair. I was out for a week with the injury and there is no better way to come back and I am just glad to get my first goals for the club.
"I love it (full-time football). There is nothing better than training full-time again. It is a great club and I can't wait to enjoy the season.
"We go into every home game looking to win. We were confident and that is what we will be looking to do next week and keep pushing up the table.
"We had a game plan (against Torquay) like we always do and, to be fair, I thought the whole team started off well and we could have been more than 2-0 up at half-time. But I am glad to get man of the match and happy that my performances are doing well for the team."