Arsenal tutor Mikel Arteta said that Nigerian-born winger, Bukayo Saka expects to adapt to different roles as part of his football improvement.
The Hale End Academy commodity governed at left-back before the league was hesitated, with Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac undergoing pains, and snatched the eye with his exhibits.
Reluctant Manchester City last Wednesday, Saka commenced the game as an inverted winger but lowered to the left-back role after David Luiz was sent off early in the second half.
When inquired on his plans for Saka, Arteta told arsenal.com: “I think with Bukayo it’s part of his improvement and he needs to be able to revise at different positions, and he’s very ready to do that.
“He has qualities to play in two or three various positions and that’s a great thing to retain in a player in our squad.
“But also, it was certainly good knowledge to see that level that you have to attain to play at a football club that is often winning medals and what is compelled and the intellects that are expected to be able to do that.”
Saka, whose Arsenal fortune is up in the air with his deal set to run out in June 2021, has 30 impressions under his belt for the first squad this season.