The Spanish international has left a significant early impression on Arsenal supporters, as he has quickly emerged to be a focal point of the side’s offensive play.
Cazorla signed for the Gunners this summer in what was believed to be a £17 million deal from Malaga, and has really bought into the club’s footballing philosophy.
Despite this, the player knows that he has to increase his contribution to even higher levels, telling the club’s official website: “Here it seems that teams’ first priority is to attack instead of defending their goal, which is great. It’s a huge change for me but I hope to keep on improving.”
The summer signing was also torn when questioned on a long running debate of whether the Premier League is better than La Liga.
“It’s difficult trying to pick one [European] league over the others. There are massive clubs in many of them, especially in the Spanish and the English leagues,” he added.
“There are very good teams competing with each other, for example in European competitions with Chelsea winning the Champions League last year, and Barcelona winning it before that. It’s very difficult to choose between the two.”
Santi Cazorla will be hoping to build upon his positive start this weekend at Old Trafford as his Arsenal side take on Manchester United.
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