Unai Emery happy with Arsenal's 'confident' game at Fulham

Aaron Ramsey wonder goal for Arsenal, Riyad Mahrez misses penalty

Lacazette hails Arsenal strike partnership with ‘brother’ Aubameyang

With Arsenal heading into the worldwide break on the back of a positive run of results there is talk they could now finish back in the top four - if not challenge for the title - having missed out on Champions League football for the last two seasons. He's played at Arsenal for 10 years - and all these games for Wales.

Losses to Manchester City and Chelsea at the beginning of the season were quickly put right, and the team looks far more comfortable under Unai Emery than they did previously.

The Gunners downed Fulham in an impressive display on the weekend as an Aaron Ramsey strike and two goals each for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette gave them a comfortable 5-1 win.

Another tweet accompanied with a video of the winger's contribution to Arsenal's first goal read:Ïwobi's decision making this season has been top notch.

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The 27-year-old Welshman, who has scored the victor in two FA Cup finals during his decade in north London and capped off a fine move in the weekend win at Fulham with his first goal of the season, wants to be on similar money to Arsenal's most recent big-name buys.

Unai Emery clearly isn't 100% sold on the former Cardiff youth product but Gunners fans will be eager not to see one of their squad stalwarts move to a rival without a penny being exchanged in terms of a transfer fee. Earlier this season he reportedly made it clear to German playmaker Mesut Ozil that he needs to work harder if he is to keep his place.

I think they've lost him already - I think he's gone,
Come January or the summer, he'll be going somewhere else. We will enjoy it, we are working well and we want to continue like this.

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