The teenage midfielder was, at times, absolutely magnificent.
Well, I think that, if anything, he has got even better this season. He has learned a great deal from being involved in the first team at Ibrox in the last 18 months or so.
He is, too, also playing with far better players this term. I think the likes of Ian Black, who is a man reborn, and Nicky Law, who has come in and really hit the ground running, are helping him enormously. They are both experienced players and are taking a lot of the responsibility on the park.
That is taking the pressure off him. I think he really missed Ian, as the team did, when he was out of the first team serving his suspension. But I also think that Lewis knows this season that he is not guaranteed a game every week and that is bringing out the best in him.
There is competition for places this term and he knows that if his standards slip he will not get a game.
His overhead kick in the 2-0 win over Ayr United at Somerset Park last Sunday was magnificent. It was a fantastic finish.
No wonder he celebrated it so much. He had seen a centre-half, his team-mate Bilel Mohsni, do the same thing the week before against Stenhousemuir and it was obviously in his mind to do the same.
Some kids who enjoy early success in their careers lose the plot. They get carried away with the attention and praise they get and their focus wanders.
But Lewis has got his head well and truly screwed on by all accounts and will not let all the publicity he has received get to him.
All in all, then, it has been a fantastic start to the season for Lewis. If he can avoid injury in the weeks ahead I fully expect it to continue.