Speaking on Eddie Nketiah, Alan Shearer said: “We will continue to have discussions to say ‘is he elite? And the top-draw striker that Arsenal need to go to that next level?’
“We will keep on asking those questions because it’s important that when he gets the opportunity like he has done, then he has to take those opportunities.
“I just thought there were two or three occasions against Everton, one being the disallowed goal.
"There were a couple in that second half where I was thinking ‘come on. Get on the end of it and into the six-yard box and that little tap-in, like all great strikers do’. It was just a split second where he was slow.
“Until he does that, then those questions are still going to be asked.”
Leandro Trossard fired Arsenal to a rare away win at Goodison Park on Sunday as they beat Everton 1-0 in an unconvincing performance.
Nketiah started the game despite Gabriel Jesus’ full return to fitness. He has scored twice already this season.