"He's told me to stop being so critical and to just keep trying no matter what happens, no matter if things don't go as I want them to".
The German has had to bide his time for a Premier League appearance, but he did not disappoint when it came.
Arsenal have now won five successive league games for the first time in over a year, with additional victories in the Europa League and League Cup making it a purple patch for new boss Emery.
"It is enough that we are speaking about individual players like Aaron Ramsey, he is an important player and on Saturday he will be helping the team with his performance". The first half we were a little nervous. Today we had Leno, who came on for Cech, then also Danny Welbeck and Alex Iwobi. Yet, by the 83rd minute, they were two down as the footballing gods smiled most favourably upon Arsenal.
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As they now find themselves fifth in the table only four points behind current leaders City, the team's progress has been slowly realised and the Gunners may be ready to challenge the top teams.
Cech has been our first choice goalkeeper once again this season with the veteran stopper keeping big-money summer signing Bernd Leno on the bench in the Premier League matches so far. "They deserved a better result", he said. "We had a very good performance with more shots, more shots on target, a lot of clear chances to score".
"I've lost a bit of weight because of the intense training and I think it's made me a bit sharper, " Iwobi said according to Daily Star UK. Arsenal had some fantastic saves and if you don't score you can lose. We did that, so we feel we deserved more.