Unai Emery reacts on Aaron Ramsey's angry reaction against Watford

Unai Emery reacts on Aaron Ramsey's angry reaction against Watford

Unai Emery reacts on Aaron Ramsey's angry reaction against Watford

Highlights from Arsenal's 2-0 win over Watford in the Premier League.

Iwobi replaced the ineffective Aaron Ramsey, and Emery admitted that the Nigeria worldwide brought a different dimension to Arsenal's attack.

Speaking about the impact Emery has had on him, Iwobi said: 'I'm more positive & more confident with the ball. Ramsey was replaced by Alex Iwobi on the hour mark and the Nigerian proved to be key to Arsenal securing their late victory.

"I am very happy with him, I think he is [happy] to wait for his moment and it is arriving".

"He doesn't hide. He's somebody that if they can get it going, I'm desperate for him to stay but I do understand that Arsenal cannot continue to let players dictate like they are now".

Arsenal have won their last six matches in all competitions unlike Watford, who have not won in their last three, but Emery offered words of praise for his opposite number Javi Gracia. "They are professionals for 10, 12 or 15 years but not more and they need to take the best performance and also work very hard in these years for their future and their family's future".

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The Gunners have now won seven games on the spin in all competitions for the first time in nearly two years, a result which leaves them just four points off the top of the table, and outside of the top four on goal difference. It is not easy but each match is giving us information about how to improve.

"Tomorrow is our focus and I spoke with every player - also with Mesut - about the focus and the concentration to prepare for the best performance tomorrow".

"We just had to stand up to the battle and late on I think they exhausted and we managed to get a few passes together and score the goals".

Contract talks between Arsenal and midfielder Aaron Ramsey have collapsed, a source has told ESPN FC, raising the prospect of the Wales worldwide leaving on a free transfer next summer.

"I think he is doing a very good job".

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