Alexandre Lacazette has expressed his thoughts on the differences between plying his trade in France and playing in the Premier League.
The 26-year-old decided to join Arsenal from Olympique Lyonnais during the summer transfer window, bringing an end to his long stay in France.
Lacazette managed to score four goals in the Premier League so far, helping the Gunners recover from the humiliating 4-0 defeat away at Liverpool which saw him start on the bench.
The France international has opened about how different life in English football is while admitting that Wenger’s rotation policy is certainly not the same as what he encountered at his old club.
“I will try my level best to achieve that but there is a big difference in that I was played in virtually every match at Lyon,” he said.
“Here the manager likes to rotate players to keep them fresh for the Premier League.
“I will try my best to score that many goals but this is my first season so it’s all quite new.
“I want to settle in and repay the confidence that’s been shown in me.”