The Wales camp are confident Gavin Henson will not be fazed by the superstar status he assumed following his match-winning performance against England in Saturday's RBS 6 Nations opener.
The Neath-Swansea Ospreys star struck the telling penalty goal which sent Wales to an 11-9 victory - their first over England in Cardiff for a dozen years.
And instantly the Welsh nation have found a new sporting hero.
But the Welsh management are confident inside centre Henson's new-found fame will sit easily on the 23-year-old's shoulders.
"Gavin is enjoying it all,'' said Wales team manager Alan Phillips.
"Two years ago he wouldn't have said hello to anyone, but now it's water off a duck's back.
"Confidence is the key for him and he's a real professional. He is such a big powerful boy he can look after himself as he showed on Saturday.
"We don't have to worry about him and we have a bunch of players around him who will keep everything in stock and they will protect him."
Not only was there a winning penalty from Henson - now a favourite to make the British Lions tour to New Zealand this summer - but he also put in a number of big tackles, not least on England debutant Mathew Tait.
"It's great having someone in the midfield who is prepared to knock people about,'' added Phillips.
"When you see tackles like that it lifts the crowd and his team-mates, and puts the fear of God into the opposition, because they are all looking out for him after that.''
England flanker James Haskell insists he will be pushing as hard as possible to be back from a toe injury in time to make his case for a spot in Eddie Jones' side looking to defend their RBS 6 Nations title next year.