Arsenal boss Emery: I play Ozil in his preferred position

Arsenal boss Emery: I play Ozil in his preferred position

But he is feeling like I am feeling.

Ozil has started all but one of Unai Emery's Premier League matches and featured in a variety of different positions but what does the Spaniard believe is his player's best?

"First, I knew Monreal in Spain when he was playing in Osasuna and in Malaga", Emery said.

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"The reason for Mesut is important for me also, this focus every day with us, a relaxing three days off at the weekend".

"We are continuing our process with our positive things and our work". The Uruguayan has been making substitute appearances, but Emery now looks as if he is ready to start the diminutive midfielder and pair him with Granit Xhaka at the base of Arsenal's midfield. He is very convinced about that in my conversations with him about it.

@SimonBrotherton: Newcastle won the last meeting between the sides 2-1 at St James' Park in April, and the way Arsenal have started the season, you'd think the Magpies are likely to have some chances here.

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

Benitez too has a full-strength squad at his disposal for the Arsenal game and will be hoping his side secure all three points to get their first win of the season as well as jump out of the 18th position on the table they now occupy.

"Sometimes you can have all of the tactics right and one player can make the difference".

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There may be a new man in charge of the team and a host of new players but the major talking point at Arsenal is still Mesut Ozil. Things like that can happen in every game, and that's why football is so hard. "This time, with the fans behind us, hopefully we can given them something to support us for the 90 minutes".

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