Football NewsAccording to Mikel Arteta, Wenger left the foundation for his success
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39-year-old Spaniard Mikel Arteta claimed that Wenger left him the foundations for success at Arsenal, while insisting that he could still build something incredible at Emirates Stadium.


Arteta on the right track

Arsenal currently sits in 13th place in the Premier League table, having recorded three defeats and two wins from their opening five matches of the new season. The pressure started to push back from the Spanish coach after losses to Brentford, Chelsea and Man City, but back wins against Norwich and Burnley cheered up the Gunners’ supporters a little and Mikel Arteta is confident that he is on the right track.


What did Mikel Arteta say?

It has been speculated that Arsenal has been stuck in a downward spiral since Arsene Wenger named his 22-year reign in 2018, but Mikel believes his legacy remains intact. The Gunners’ current boss said he thinks these fundamentals are in place for future success. Mikel Arteta thinks these funds are created because of people like Wenger and what he did for this football club. When Arsene left, things didn’t go with him. A lot of things are left.

Arteta thinks that the biggest thing left is how he was able to educate, convey values ​​and respect and what this club is about. the Spaniard thinks he was incredibly good at getting people to believe what they were trying to do with the club. Arsene Wenger did it in a great way because he played really engaging football when he was able to recruit some top talent that just slips together in a generation that has just brought a lot of joy and fun to the football world in general and of course to Arsenal supporters.

Mikel spoke ahead of their first North London campaign derby against Tottenham on Sunday, which they must win to move to the top half of the table. Some of the 39-year-old’s harshest critics have questioned whether he has enough experience to lead Arsenal’s long-term project, but he thinks some perspective is needed when assessing his first two years in office.