Having come through the ranks at Spurs from the age of 11, the Derby has always been a date the young midfielder does not miss and he was thrilled to play in a noise he could hardly believe.
"It was unbelievable, I have played in a fair few home games and it is always noisy, but Sunday was something else," reflected the 21-year-old.
"I've been to loads of Arsenal games at the Lane and I don't think I've ever known it be so intense and loud. The roar before the kick-off really fired you up."
The only downside for Jacko was, with the team seeking to reduce a two-goal deficit, that he was sacrificed for Jermain Defoe at the break.
"Going in at half-time I knew the manager would probably change something. Looking round the team I half thought it would be me but was still disappointed when he said it," he reflected, adding that it did not spoil his day to remember.
"It was such a relief, it was a big point to win even though they won the league anyway. It was nice to spoil their party a little bit."
Johnnie Jackson has sampled the atmosphere of a good few Spurs-Arsenal games at the Lane and stated none compared to that generated on Sunday.