Mikel Arteta demands Arsenal are not, at this point so weak when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is sidelined.
Heavy armament specialists skipper Aubameyang missed their last two match–es, both against Southampton, and uncovered via web-based media that his nonattendance was because of his mom experiencing “medical problems”.
Gabon forward isn’t required to return for Arsenal’s Premier League conflict with Manchester United on Saturday.
Yet, with Arteta’s side unbeaten in their last six class games, Aubameyang’s nonattendance is no longer as lethal as it would have been before.
Arteta feels a greater amount of his players have ventured up to ensure the captain’s time away doesn’t crash them.
“That is something that we needed to improve and address significantly,” he said when inquired as to whether he was not, at this point dependent on Aubameyang.
“On the off chance that you need to get an opportunity of rivaling the top groups in this class, just to depend on one player is totally deficient and it won’t be practical over the long haul.
“Yet, having said that, we know the significance of Auba and his objectives and his commitment to the group. The more we have him, the more grounded we are without a doubt too.”
Aubameyang had gone with the crew for the FA Cup rout at Southampton on Saturday prior to leaving only hours before kick-off.
“Hello folks, Thank you such a huge amount for all the messages and brings in the course of the most recent couple of days,” he composed on Instagram.
“My mom is experiencing some medical problems and I must be there for her. She’s as of now much better now and I will be back home around the evening time.
“I’m more than appreciative to the specialists and medical caretakers assisting her with getting this.
“Also, obviously, on account of my Arsenal fam for the love yesterday! I’m more decided than any time in recent memory to make all the difference for our force!
“Much obliged to you all again – I truly am past honored to get this degree of help and love from every one of you and I can hardly wait to be back.”