Arsenal winger, Nicolas Pepe has said things have been better for him after his poor start to his time in the EPL.
The Ivorian, however, believes there is still a lot of room for improvement for him to be at the required level.
According to him, he is still learning and he is beginning to understand the league better.
He added that the coach has been working with him in training and has promised to help him progress as a footballer.
His words, “Things are definitely going better.
“I am still learning and there is plenty of room for improvement, but in terms of understanding, things are definitely becoming easier.
“Mikel has explained exactly what he would like me to do on the pitch and shown me videos that have stressed the importance of my positioning. He’s told me what he would like me to do to help me progress as a player.”
On Aubameyang, “Of course, it is a big loss to be without one of the best strikers in the league, but we all have to do our best to make up for that loss.
“It’s a team game and we can cope without a single player. We have a quality squad and others who can come in, like Martinelli. There are still plenty of goals in the team.”