Unai Emery challenges Mesut Özil to be more dominant at Arsenal

Irishman O'Leary played a record 722 times for the north London club

Irishman O'Leary played a record 722 times for the north London club

It has not been the most serene period of Özil's career and he has just experienced a quiet global break without involvement in Germany's squad since his complex withdrawal from the scene.

As per Goal, he told reporters: "He really needs at least this season to progress, see where we go to".

"I just have a feeling it might work this time". Four visits have passed without him joining the squad for the journey to Tyneside.

'Saturday is another step we can do, it will be hard but I want to continue (to show) our personality on the pitch and impose this personality on the opposition and to find the win'. "I want to be demanding to prepare for this match - Mesut the same".

"In the process, and firstly we need to win and I think it is very important that in the last match we won", said Emery in his pre-match press conference.

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Two defeats and eight goals conceded in the opening four games for Arsenal have left them already playing catch-up in pursuit of a top-four finish, however, they did manage to pick up back-to-back wins against West Ham and Cardiff City before the global break.

"He had a relaxing three days off at the weekend".

"Mesut, like other players, works very well here and also working the ties and also together to improve things".

'The reason is that I am very happy with the last two victories in the Premier League and also with the performances and I want to push every player to be okay to help the team if for one minute, 30 minutes or half time or 90 minutes'. I look at him with the focus totally here.

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