Arsenal star Willian has not had that much of a great start to his time at the Emirates club following a move from Chelsea in the summer.
Despite all the criticism, Willian has kept his head high and Arteta has helped his situation by playing him regularly and as we speak every Arsenal fan is starting to fall in love with the Brazilian once again.
In today's match against Leicester City, Willian once again stepped up to pull the strings and created two goals that turned the game on its head at the King Power Stadium.
No Arsenal fans will disrespect Willian again because according to the stats, he is the Arsenal player with the most Premier League assists this season.
It is also important to remember that he has not played all games and has been making appearances from the bench but still remains to be the top goal provider in the team this season.
That just shows you that if given more time, Willian will explode fully back to life and we all know how dangerous he can be when it gets to that.
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