Arsenal legend, Ian Wright, has singled out Emile Smith Rowe for reward following the membership’s FA Cup 2-0 win over Newcastle United on Saturday.
Wright additionally revealed supervisor, Mikel Arteta’s largest drawback at Arsenal after the Gunners defeated Watford at Emirates.
Two targets from Smith Rowe and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gave Arteta’s males the victory over Newcastle.
“I’m happy for him [Arteta] as a result of he needed to discover a manner,” Wright instructed the BBC.
“He introduced the younger guys in and with their enthusiasm and vitality [they have improved].
“And clearly Emile Smith Rowe’s high quality in that space of the sphere the place we haven’t acquired too many gamers in there that may do what he does hyperlinks the play. It coincided with the wins.
“He’s completed the sport in the present day with the group that’s most likely been concerned in these wins, so his drawback is now the depth.”
Wright added: “We had Xhaka and Elneny and they’re deep, they want someone in that center of the pitch who’s on the half-turn so he can hyperlink with the midfield and the forwards.
“He’s the type of one that desires the ball in there and might then progress it forwards.
“That’s what we didn’t do within the first half and what we haven’t achieved within the earlier video games to those we’ve received.”