Arsenal new boys, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, have spoken of their experiences after they made full debut for the club against Everton on Saturday.
While Aubameyang was making his first appearance for the Gunners against Everton on Saturday, Mkhitaryan was introduced in the 3-1 defeat to Swansea on Wednesday.
The Gabon international had only one training session with Arsene Wenger’s men but was thrust straight into the starting line-up at the expense of Alexandre Lacazette.
The Gabonese showed some excellence linking up with Mkhitaryan, who also provided the assist for Aubameyang’s goal.
Asked if there was more to come, Aubameyang said, “I think so.
“Of course I was really happy, as you say we won the game in the first half. The second was a bit different but we are all happy today.
Mkhitaryan, added, “We played very good attacking football in the first half. In second it was a bit harder as we were already 4-0 up.
“We were not as focused as in first half but I can say I really like the way Arsenal plays.”