Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has admitted that the Gunners players now feel differently on the pitch.
Explaining his claim why speaking with Arsenal legend Ian Wright, Lacazette stated that the new manager Unai Emery has been able to make them feel so through his many tactics.
The Frenchman admits that the North London side now have more tactics to adopt in a game in addition to the high demand placed on each player by the manager.
According to him, the boss will want all players to work harder not minding who the player is.
He insinuated that all of these were not in place under former manager Arsene Wenger as he attributes the recent success to the Spanish boss who is now in charge.
Lacazette further stated that former manager had restricted his movement on the pitch to the 18 box which was quite difficult for him but that has changed under Emery who told him to have the freedom to move around.
However, the former Lyon player has bounced back from last season’s poor form by handing three assists and five goals in 12 games this season.
Arsenal are looking forward to extending their winning run to 12 when they face Crystal Palace on Sunday in the Premier League.