Wenger responds to Dortmund's Aubameyang claims

Wenger responds to Dortmund's Aubameyang claims

The Frenchman was immediately dropped to the bench following the arrival of Aubameyang in a club-record deal from Borussia Dortmund, and was only introduced in the 65 minute against Tottenham on Saturday.

Auba has already scored for the Gunners, netting on debut as Arsenal hammered Everton 5-1.

Many observers believe the talented Armenia global will have more chance of flourishing in the Premier League under the guidance of the attack minded Arsene Wenger rather than the ultra pragmatic Jose Mourinho. But it's a bit too early to compare him to the best player ever who played here.

"Your main target is just to get the players to enjoy the game they play, to share it with the fans, so when you have that positive experience it's great for you".

Wenger admitted: "When you transfer numbers from one league to another, it is not necessarily transferable, especially in the top six". But yesterday he had a good session. But the Armenia worldwide is proud of his body of work at the club. He will score goals.

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"I don't want to find excuses", he said.

"I don't who you are, what level you're at, if confidence goes out of your game you're not the same player".

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Petr Cech has overcome his pre-match fitness concerns to start between the sticks.

The two were huge at Borussia Dortmund and seemingly haven't lost a step after almost two-years apart. Wenger tried to temper expectations. though, by pointing out that goals can be harder to come by in the Premier League.

An error-strewn 3-1 defeat at struggling Swansea last Tuesday was the latest low-point of a troubled season for Arsenal. "To be as prolific in the Premier League is today much more hard".