Prior to Saturday’s Premier League matchup with Wolves, Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, has discussed Kai Havertz’s recent improvement in performance.
Speaking to football.london, the Gunners manager said that while the summer signing from Arsenal may not have felt as confident as he did a week ago, it has certainly increased.
After moving to Arsenal for £65 million from Chelsea, Havertz needed some time to adjust.
The 24-year-old finally gave the Gunners his first goal from open play last weekend. Against Brentford, he scored the winning goal.
Havertz then made it two goals in as many games when he opened the score midweek in the Champions League against Lens.
He was ready to bundle home from close range after Gabriel Jesus headed into his path, using Bryce Samba’s arm as a guide.
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Havertz will now be hoping for a chance to start once more when Arsenal hosts Wolves at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday at 3 p.m. GMT.
Arteta said, “Not really,” in response to a question about whether he had observed any changes in the player behind the scenes.
He has had a really positive impact on the team and his teammates, exerting significant positive influence.
However, it is clear that his confidence is rising and that he is eager for something.
Things are considerably simpler when you feel cherished, appreciated, and loved.
“It appears that he has been feeling better lately based on your improved body language and energy.”
It is encouraging to learn that Havertz has remained positive and grounded during this difficult period, especially since his form has improved and the goals are starting to come in.
While some players pick up the game quickly, others require a little more time to catch up.
The German international is a talented player who is undoubtedly headed in the right direction. Seeing how he performs in red and white going forward will be interesting.