Iwobi speaks after Arsenal’s win, says ‘I’m feeling so confident now’

Alex Iwobi
Alex Iwobi

Alex Iwobi turned in another stellar performance in Arsenal’s win over Leicester on Monday night, as he continued his fine start to the season.

After the game, the Nigeria international spoke to Arsenal Media about the game and his own form so far this term.


“The fact we were able to get the equalising goal gave us the confidence and the manager basically said for us to just keep on going.

“We showed the fighting spirit to keep on going in the second half. We had the opportunity to score goals, we looked very dangerous going forward.


Speaking about his form, Iwobi said: “Yeah, it’s going well, I’m very confident now. The manager is always being very positive to me, he’s always telling me to keep on going even if I make a mistake.”

He continued: “That’s what I’m showing, and also proving to myself that I can put in 100 per cent throughout the game, and that’s why I’m shattered right now! Yeah, that’s basically what he’s been telling me.”

Iwobi expressed delight with Arsenal’s 10 straight wins but wants the team to keep winning.

“It’s good, let’s try and make it 11. That’s what we want to do, and I’m sure the fans do too. We can’t just dwell on it, let’s keep on going and better ourselves.”

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