Godolphin youngster Traffic Warden has confirmed the merit of an eye-catching Sydney debut with a stylish win at Caulfield.

Sent out a $1.80 favourite over a 1000m scamper, Traffic Warden settled behind the leader Express Yo'self ($8.50) and got the better of that filly before scoring a 1-1/2 length win.

Traffic Warden had underlined his potential when runner-up to Magic Millions 2YO Classic favourite Storm Boy at Rosehill on December 2.

The colt is Godolphin's first two-year-old winner of the 2023/24 racing season.

Representing the James Cummings stable, Tian Pozman praised the colt's professionalism despite racing anti-clockwise for the first time.

"This is his first time in Melbourne and he travelled down really well. He's a true professional, he's taken everything in his stride, he paraded well and it's a great result for the team," Pozman said.

"It was a lovely run, he jumped very well away and was a bit more positive this time.

"Last start was a good effort at Rosehill. He was more relaxed there and showed us a great turn of foot late," Pozman said.

Jamie Kah echoed the stable's thoughts and suggested the son of Street Boss will be better over more ground.

"Even going to the gates I just felt like he's a really nice horse, he comes back to you and he's got a beautiful big action on him," Kah said.

"He took a few strides to get going so I think he's going to be nicer even over a bit further. Once we got to the leader the last 100 (metres) was just easy for him."