Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has admitted that there is a major difference between the era of former manager Arsene Wenger and the new Spanish boss Unai Emery.
The French boss spent 22 years in charge of the North London outfit before finally saying goodbye in the summer of 2018 and that marked the beginning of the new era under the former PSG boss.
Before his departure, Arsene Wenger failed to qualify the team to the Champions League for two consecutive years.
The hope of a Champions League football is now looking clearer by the day after manager Unai Emery led his team to the third position on Monday night after defeating Newcastle by 2-0.
However, Alexandre Lacazette has revealed that the mood at Arsenal have now changed dramatically as he noted that the atmosphere in the club is now better than it used to be.
According to him, the fans are helpful in ensuring they achieve their aim as he noted that the team is now more confident than they used to be to go all out to win all other remaining games this season.