Arsenal legend David Seaman has claimed that he doesn’t see any difference between Unai Emery’s team and Arsene Wenger’s side before his departure.
Emery was appointed as the new head coach of Arsenal on 23 May 2018 signing a two-year deal at the Emirates Stadium.
Wenger, who started his Arsenal career in 1996, has ended his 22 years association with the North London side on 13 May.
Emery has started his new chapter in the Premier League with two successive defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea.
The Gunners have eventually won five matches in a row, but former England goalkeeper has admitted that he doesn’t see any change in the play style.
“I am still waiting to see Emery’s stamp on Arsenal,” Seaman said at the FIFA Best awards.
“At the moment, I still see Arsene Wenger’s team but we’re playing different ways.”
“But the ways we are playing at the moment [means] we are creating problems for ourselves when we play out from the back.”
The Gunners have made five signings under Unai Emery but Seaman believes the Spaniard needs to add top class players in January.
“He needs to sign top quality players as in marquee players,” Seaman added.
“He needs to get the defence to tighten up but also defend as a team.”
“When I was there we defended as a team. It wasn’t just the back four, or the midfield.”
“It was the whole team that defended and then we attacked and at the moment it is a little bit disjointed.”