Published: Sat, October 20, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Unai Emery refuses to get carried away by Arsenal's great run

Unai Emery refuses to get carried away by Arsenal's great run

Emery has refused to criticise the Premier League for making his side play three times in a week.

Following the worldwide break, Arsenal coach and former player Robert Pires has revealed what Emery's two main objectives are for this season.

"For the moment I am very happy of course for the club because I am an ambassador for Arsenal but especially for Unai Emery because he's a great manager", he told reporters (via the Express) while attending the 2nd Teqball World Cup in Reims.

Supporters belted out the refrain during the second-half of a 5-1 Premier League victory at Fulham ahead of the global break, with the visitors playing some scintillating football.

Arsenal will take on Leicester City in their next Premier League game at The Emirates on Monday night in pursuit of a seventh successive victory. "I want the mentality for the next match, individual things are not for me to speak on now".

Emery revealed that he fears Foxes star Jamie Vardy more than any other Foxes player. "They are very competitive, have very good players and we need every single player, and our mentality together to be stronger than in the last match".

"The first two matches we lost against Manchester City and Chelsea".

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"After, we are going to play Thursday, we are going to play Sunday also, two matches very quickly after Leicester".

Mesut Ozil is expected to return after missing Arsenal's trip to Fulham with back spasms. "We want every day to find this in every player".

"His motivation is very clear", said Emery.

That run has helped Arsenal move to within two points of the Premier League summit - but Emery does not want to get carried away just yet.

"The first is to finish in the top four and I think they can because they have a good squad, good quality, they spent a lot of money this summer for some players".

"We need to be calm with him". "He's training with us like the other players who are working here".

"For each minute, each ball, every metre in the 90 minutes to show every supporter we are deciding to win with the example on the pitch doing every action with this mentality".

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