Arteta not surprised by 'willing' Ozil's energy

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The Germany playmaker was fully dialled in as the Gunners bossed the opening half hour, and despite the eventual loss new Arsenal boss Arteta admitted that must now be Ozil's baseline standard.

Next up for Arsenal is another tricky clash against Manchester United on New Year's Day as Arteta looks to hoist his new team out of their mid-table slump.

"So I think Arsenal can improve a lot". The structure must help him to be able to take everything he has inside. And he's willing, that's what I can tell you. He needs the collective structure, organisation and his team-mates.

"Before he died two years ago [it is now four years since his death] I promised him that one day I would play for Real Madrid", he was quoted as saying by AS.

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"I just try to prepare the team collectively and individually with the strengths and the weaknesses that we have in mind".

Mikel Arteta who is Arsenal's new manager has stated that he is ready to build his team around German football star Mesut Ozil at the Emirates stadium. "The moment this changes, he won't play".

Aside from a high-profile move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in 2017, Arsenal's most expensive signing in the winter window actually came back during their Invincibles season when they lured the late José Antonio Reyes away from Sevilla for £18m.

"That's my worry now, that the result doesn't affect them too much", said Arteta.

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Arsenal host Manchester United on New Year's Day, with Arteta conceding he must battle to fix his squad's brittle confidence.

The former Arsenal midfielder has managed the Gunners for two games in the Premier League and he's yet to taste victory.

The rise of derby rivals especially in Manchester City has greatly increased the difficulties of the Old Trafford club to maintain their pre-eminence at home and in Europe over the past 10 years as they have had to face the challenge of finding a suitable long-term successor for the all-conquering manager Alex Ferguson.

"He's trying to improve the team".

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