Arsenal is in a good mood among three consecutive wins in three different competitions within the last 10 days.
The Gunners started the season unconvincingly as they only won two matches in the opening five fixtures of the Premier league.
However, things are looking up at the Emirates, since Arsenal is on a winning streak, scoring goals on every turn.
The main protagonist and arguably Arsenal’s best performer this season is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The Gabonese striker scored six goals in the campaign, as he’s looking to become Premier League’s top scorer the second season running.
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Auba’s arrival from Dortmund proved like a jackpot for Arsenal, as him and Lacazette formed a solid striking partnership.
Another French-speaking attacked joined the team this summer, as Nicolas Pepe joined from Lille for a fee of €80 million.
Aubameyang is not only working on his scoring skills, but he’s also a glue guy outside of the pitch, where he befriends the newcomers regularly.
In his interview with Sky Sports, Aubameyang said:
“I feel that we can change something in this club and we will try. Now it’s time to win trophies.”
When asked about his future, and whether he’ll stay at Arsenal Auba was very clear on the matter:
“I’m sure we can do it [win trophies] and I am honestly happy to be here. I feel very good. For the next few years we want to play at a high level and win trophies. That’s what we are talking about.”
Auba was especially pleased with the last Premier League victory, where he scored the winning goal against Aston Villa at The Emirates:
“It was something special. When you come back with ten men it’s really not easy.
“Scoring the winner was great. I went to the fans because it was crazy.”
The Gunners will travel to Manchester to face off with United in a big derby scheduled to take place on Monday.