Aubameyang: Arsenal Success More Important Than Golden Boot

By Daily Sports on February 14, 2020

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is of the opinion he can finish as the Premier League's top scorer but prefers to the see Arsenal improve on its set targets.

The 30-year old capped off last season with 22 goals alongside African duo Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.

This term, he has 14 goals, three behind Jamie Vardy who leads the way.

The Gunners are presently in 10th place, 10 points away from the top four, with just one league win since the start of the year.

"First of all I always say the most important is the team and our targets," Aubameyang was quoted saying in Football London.

"Then if I can be top scorer it’s cool.

"For the moment we try to get some wins and that’s the most important."

Arsenal are back from their winter break, a trip spent in Dubai and Aubameyang sees the team constantly improving under Mikel Arteta.

"He's [Arteta] doing very well," Aubameyang continued.

"We are improving every day. We're feeling much better than the beginning of the season.

"[The Dubai trip is] a good one for the spirit of the team. We're feeling well and have great facilities. We try to improve every day."

Arsenal lock horns with Newcastle United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday evening. (BBC)

•PHOTO: Aubameyang

Source Daily Sports

Posted February 14, 2020


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