This season has been disappointing, admits Arsenal midfielder

The Arsenal midfielder admits that there is plenty of room for improvement

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Tomas Rosicky has admitted that Arsenal’s season so far has been a disappointment.

The Gunners find themselves sixth in the Premier League table after 11 games and already 12 points behind leaders Chelsea.

We haven’t played well, and when I’ve played I’ve not been at the forefront of things

Tomas Rosicky

And the 34-year-old midfielder believes that the north London club’s struggles are partly down to Arsene Wenger not having settled on his first-choice starting 11.

“The coach is trying to find a system that best suits the players, and vice versa,” Rosicky was quoted as saying by The Times.

“I’m not in this alone – there are other players in a similar boat. When we do get a chance, it’s harder for us to get into our rhythm.

“So far, this season has been disappointing for us. We haven’t played well, and when I’ve played I’ve not been at the forefront of things.”

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