Emery outlines areas of improvement for Iwobi
- The boss piles praise on the 22-year-old for his performance vs the Terriers
- He says the Nigerian could improve a tactical side of his game.
- The manager wants to see Alex more calm with the ball at his feet to find the best option in the final third.
"He's young, makes a big commitment and he has good physical condition," Emery told media after a 2-1 win over Huddersfield.
"He needs to improve something tactically, maybe, but above all he's calm with the ball in the attacking third [in order] to find better assists, finding the possibility to score with composure, or find the best option, whether that is shooting or dribbling.
"He scored [on Saturday], got another very good chance and the possibility to assist [Alexandre] Lacazette, but I think his match – first starting with his attitude – was very big, and his performance was very good."
Emery insists his Arsenal is still in the making. He needs more time to implement his ideas.
“In football you can win, you can lose, you can draw,” the boss added. “The most important thing is in the head. You are thinking to create, little by little, one team feeling and spirit. This is one process. It is not finished. It is not starting now and we can improve a lot.”