Arsenal face Newcastle on Saturday as the battle to make Unai Emery’s first season successful continues.

With only two wins in four games this season, it was only natural for the media to ask where he is looking for the team to improve against Newcastle.

He said at the media briefing ahead of the game that they were still undergoing a process of constantly improving.

“Firstly, we need to win and I think it is very important that in the last match we won. Our aim away at Newcastle on Saturday is to keep improving things and continue to create our idea, build up our spirit on the pitch, individually and collectively, and it is clear this process is one process.

“Saturday is another step we can do, it will be difficult, but I want to continue [to show] our personality on the pitch and impose this personality on the opposition and to find the win.

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The new Arsenal manager has been bashed for refusing to use what seems to be Arsenal’s best attacking combination – playing Aubameyang and Lacazette together and he says.

“It's the same. It's a process to know the combination on the pitch, with different players but I need, and I want to start in the level, 11 players with good performances and also, we need in the balance of players, when the team needs to work in the pitch to help the team to find the win, to stay with the performance.

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“The reason is that I am very happy with the last two victories in the Premier League and also with the performances and I want to push every player to be okay to help the team if for one minute, 30 minutes or half time or 90 minutes.”

It does not look like fans will get their wish of seeing Aubameyang and Lacazette start together but a victory for the Gunners will be all that matters in the end.

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