Former Manchester City manager Stuart Pearce believes that Unai Emery is injecting energy into the squad he inherited from Arsene Wenger, according to the Daily Star.
The Gunners endured their worst start to a season in over 20 years after losing their opening two games but have won their next three league games along with their Europa league opener since then.
Pearce seems to understand what Emery is expecting of his players and he said “There’s an evolvement of Arsenal as a football team.
“Arsenal have played in such a set way for so long, I think Arsenal have to find a slightly different way.
“Take all the good things from the Arsene Wenger era, looking after the ball, and prodding and probing, and maybe put a bit more energy into their play a little bit.
“I think that’s what he’s looking for.”
Emery has implemented a new style of play at the Emirates, and the plyers seem to be slowly adjusting to, but one player who has been notable is Lucas Torreira.
Although he has surprisingly failed to start a Premier League game this season, he has come off the bench in all the games and impressed. Speaking of the player, Pearce said “He wants to go forward maybe a bit more regularly than some of their other players
“He looks for that forward pass.”