Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has sent a warning message to his teammates and competitors insisting that they have to keep being hungry in the rest of the Premier League.
Unai Emery’s side are unbeaten in 14 matches as they managed to win 12 of those after being beaten by Manchester City and Chelsea.
Emery took over at the Emirates in the summer following the departure of Arsene Wenger and the Gunners are said to have improved under the Spaniard.
Former Real Madrid star Ozil has massively contributed so far this season with the German midfielder scored three Premier League goals.
And Ozil believes the North London side will get better than before for the remainder of the season.
“Personally, things are going well but that doesn’t mean I stop working,” Ozil told the Daily Mail.
“But the most important thing is that the team is going well at the moment.”
“But it’s a process — every coach has a different strategy or philosophy and we can feel it.”
“It’s a tactical thing with the new coach. We are learning from him, we are trying to give our best on the pitch every day and every hour.”
“But we have to keep being hungry, and keep progressing.”
“It’s not like we are done now (because we have gone 14 games unbeaten). It’s like we are just starting.”
“We are doing well for now, but that doesn’t mean we stop.”
The Gunners are currently sitting fifth in the Premier League table while they are now back into action tonight as they face Sporting at the Emirates in the Europa League clash.