Arsenal has improved defensively since Mikel Arteta became the club’s manager.
The Gunners that have been conceding needless goals before he became their manager, and even with the same players that had been struggling to keep clean sheets, he has made them look decent at the back.
He was speaking on the improvements his team has undergone recently and he admitted that there is still a long way to go.
He insisted that they have to keep improving as a team and that the continuous improvement would make them stronger, which will translate into more wins for them.
He added that there is still a lot of room for improvement in his team before disclosing that they defend with all the players on the pitch as soon as the opponents are with the ball.
The Gunners’ win over Wolves means they are now on a fine run of four wins from four games in all competitions.
“You can see all the teams that are in the title race, that win championships, the amount of clean sheets they need in order to do that,” he said as quoted by the Mirror.
“The more we improve here, the more solid we are the better chance we’re going to have to win football games. It’s simple.
“We have a lot of things to improve in our attacking patterns, the way we use the spaces, the way we read the overload. That will come but at least it goes down to 11 players defending every time the ball is on the opponents’ feet.”