Club captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang filmed Partey’s efforts and uploaded the clips to his Instagram, with the captions “@thomaspartey5 sorry bro you can’t Escape” and “@thomaspartey5 Partey After partey”.
The 27-year-old had his team-mates clapping along while he sang a song which is believed to be from his native Ghana.
Partey made his full Arsenal debut in their 2-1 win over Rapid Vienna and he was roundly praised for his performance, with BT Sport pundit Owen Hargreaves leading the plaudits.
“Thomas Partey had one of the best debuts I’ve ever seen, honestly,” the former Manchester United midfielder said.
“Everyone is looking to him and that’s a [No.] 10 pass [made during the game] and he’s a holding midfield player.
“He’s ran the whole game and you can tell he’s been playing in the Champions League because it looks too easy for him.
“We saw before the whole range. Short, long, playing between the lines. Physically, that’s what he’s in there for, a little bit of steel.
“I’m definitely excited, I love this guy. He can do everything. Too strong, too quick, technically good. I think the guy just has so much to his game. His whole repertoire, he just has everything.”
Ex-Arsenal defender Martin Keown agreed with Hargreaves’ assessment, adding: “Partey immediately showed that touch of class.
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“He wants to play and make things happen for Arsenal. He has oozed class.”
Gunners boss Mikel Arteta also hailed the midfielder, saying: “He looked really solid, really comfortable, and I think he held the midfield by himself in the second half when we were a little bit more open and took more chances, attacking spaces with some players.
“I think he was fantastic tonight and there is much more to come from him obviously.”