- The Argentine played full 90 minutes vs Frankfurt on Thursday.
- The keeper kept a clean sheet in his first competitive game this season.
- The 27-year-old says his aim is a number one role in the team.
- Emi adds he wouldn't be at the club if didn't believe he can win the competition for spots with Leno.
Emiliano Martinez is growing in stature at Arsenal. The 27-year-old's finally got a nod from Unai Emery vs Frankfurt on the road. The keeper repaid the manager's trust with some decent saves and a clean sheet in the end as we beat the hosts 3-0.
Te Argentine outlines his ambitions as he's not content with a backup role behind Leno:
"I'm the No 2 for now, but it won't stay that way. My aim is to be No 1 and I'll keep working until I get there, because I'm not comfortable with just being a No 2. When I was playing for Reading, I got this feeling of being the No 1 - and I want that at Arsenal.
"I've been here for so many years and the only reason I've stayed here is because I believe I can be the No 1 here. I've got all the qualities you need.
"Arsène Wenger, when he was here, always used to say to me, 'Emi, you're the future of this club'. I believe that I can be a No 1. Don't get me wrong, I accept my role as a No 2 at the moment, but my target is to get that No 1 jersey."