Arsenal’s Serge Gnabry eyes chance to impress after Theo Walcott blow
Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry is eyeing his chance to impress after Theo Walcott's injury blow earlier this month
Serge Gnabry has vowed to seize his chance to impress Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger after Theo Walcott’s injury blow.
The 18-year-old German started the north London side’s 2-0 victory over Fulham at Emirates Stadium on Saturday.
I am happy to be playing at the moment and just trying to do my best
Gnabry appears set to benefit from a run in the first-team after Walcott ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in their FA Cup third-round victory over Tottenham earlier this month.
Whilst the forward is sympathetic with Walcott following the injury blow, Gnabry is determined to take his chance to shine in the Gunners side as the season reaches its conclusion.
“That is the business, it is bad luck for Theo but I am happy to be playing at the moment and just trying to do my best,” Gnabry told Arsenal’s website.
“I feel good in the squad, they are all helping me, but I felt like I could have done better [against Fulham] and I should have scored.”
Gnabry scored his debut Premier League goal as the Gunners were 2-1 winners against Swansea City in September.