Mikel Arteta has failed to meet his expectations with his current squad this season. The team has proved that they have a long way to go to arrive at their expectations with their aspirations for top 4 finish fading.
Loosing 3 games in a row means that the Emirates side have to play a different tune if they are to overcome the competitive nature of the Premier League.
Arteta has revealed one player that could solve the current crisis in the team. The Spanish tactician has heaped praise on Martin Odegaard who has been a player to be reckoned with despite Arsenal failures.
Odegaard has been a player with a strong character dominating the midfield section. The Norwegian has notched 6 goals and made 3 assists across 29 appearances this season.
Mikel Arteta's side hopes for top 4 finish could be ignited with Odegaard resurgence. He has showcased his uncanny abilities in training and certain to exhibit his indomitable will to conquer the opponents on the pitch. Arsenal will face Chelsea on their next English top flight assignment.
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