The new Arsenal summer striker signing Danny Welbeck seems to have adapted pretty well to his new club, both with his performances and in the way he has settled in with the rest of his Arsenal team mates. It might well have helped the 23-year old that there were already a few familiar faces from the England national team and one of those players, our left back Kieran Gibbs, has given another example of how much Welbeck is loving life as a Gunner.
In a Daily Mail report, Gibbs has revealed that our centre forward is now part of the group he calls the `southern table` when on international duty now and this is the first time he has joined up with England after being part of the Arsenal dressing room.
And after Welbeck spent 13 years as part of the Man United set up and has been playing with the likes of Wayne Rooney for almost all that time, as well as having been involved with England since 2006 at an underage level, his feeling such a part of Arsenal already just highlights how happy Welbeck is and that he feels he has definitely made the right decision to join us.
Of course the fact that Danny has been in the goals for both club and country since making the deadline day transfer has helped and hopefully this will just be the start of a long and distinguished career as an Arsenal and England centre forward.