After Sunday's convincing victory against North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal starlet Bukayo Saka has revealed that the club have a strong chance of doing great this season and win some trophies if only they play like they did over the weekend.
According to the England star, the Gunners need to do it again and again every week by thrashing their opponents and come out with all the three points, having the same spirit and determination they had against Spurs
" If we play like that all the time, we have a strong chance of doing well this season and winning some trophies. This is one game, we have to do it again next week and next week."
The 21 year old was among the players who had a great impact against Nuno Espirinto Santo's side at the Emirates Stadium, where he managed to score one goal and provided one assist on his name.
Saka asks for consistency from the Gunners and the need to score more goals since they get into a lot of good situations and were more clinical against Spurs yesterday, where they managed to net three goals before halftime.
" We get into a lot of good situations but we need to score more goals.
" Yesterday, we were a lot more clinical, so we're happy with that but we've got to do it consistently."
Saka went ahead and described how the fans played a huge role in their victory against their top rivals in the Premier League, stating how the atmosphere was in the Emirates Stadium and the amount of energy the fans gave to the players.
" I can't really describe how good it feels. Starting with the atmosphere in the stadium, it was crazy! The fans gave us so much energy and, for us to repay them and win like this at the stadium, it just means everything for us."
Arsenal struggled in their first three games of the season against Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City, but Saka believes that they are now getting closer to be good as a team and the team spirit is rebuilding.
" We're getting closer as a team, getting more team spirit, so things are looking good."
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