Arsenal manager Unai Emery has dropped an early hint over his starting lineup for his side’s Premier League clash with Watford on Saturday afternoon.
The Spaniard, who managed to successively make six wins in all competitions with four of them are from the Premier League.
The Gunners go into the Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium with much confidence following their 3-1 win over Brentford in Carabao Cup third round.
Former Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck has scored two goals in the clash putting pressure on his rivals Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.
The England international is yet to start a league match this season but following his stunning performance, Emery could start him in the weekend’s clash.
“Each match is very important for the players, they can show us and show every supporter and every person their performance,” Emery said.
“Tonight, it’s a good performance from every player and also Danny Welbeck, he worked with two goals, helping us.”
“And for Saturday, he’s also another player that I can try, to help the first XI because he’s doing very well, with a big commitment.”
“But also, I want the first XI with the performance and I want other players [on the bench], when I am looking back I want to see good players looking forward to help the game for us.”
“He [Welbeck] gave us his quality and also his commitment every day.”
“Danny Welbeck is working with this commitment and when he is playing also with a performance like today, and I think he’s helping the team and we want this.”
Welbeck joined the Gunners in the summer of 2014 and has now scored 31 goals in 118 appearances for the North London side.