The young winger starred in Wednesday’s UEFA Youth League Group C opener against Shakhtar Donetsk, involved in all three goals to hand his side all three points.
Braaf was also unfortunate not to write his own name onto the scoresheet too, striking the crossbar in the second half, but the teenager believes his influential display marks a sign of things to come.
“I’m so happy to win this game,” he reflected. “It was a good game – we played well.
“It was one of my best games and I’m happy I gave two assists.
“The coach told the team before the game: ‘Play to Jayden and let him go.’
“I’m good on one-v-ones and I like the responsibility.
“It’s the beginning!”
Having missed much of the 2018/19 campaign through injury, Braaf asserted his woes are behind him.