Alan Smith has praised Arsenal and their recruitment team, using Martin Odegaard as an example of a player whose value has significantly increased.
"He doesn’t appear to be [Mikel] Arteta’s cup of tea. He’s not consistent and not many coaches like that."
"I do like him. He’s a bums off seats kind of player but the idea is to create a bigger squad."
"If they can get into the Champions League, that should give them a stronger hand in terms of attracting players."
"Having the points on the board is massive."
"It is a gamble. Every time the team cannot score a goal, that will be thrown in his face."
"They have come a long way this season and there’s a tight team spirit at the Emirates Stadium."
"Arteta could go with a false nine, which a lot of the top coaches like to do... He could be a handful."
"First and foremost, he’s got to sort out that defence which has been nowhere near good enough."
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"Would it be out of the question to throw some in on Sunday to offer fresh ideas and enthusiasm? I mean, we’re talking about Burnley, not Bayern Munich..."
“He does strike me as someone who lives for goals, but I'd be surprised if he's eased off because he's signed his new contract."
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"No-one could ever replicate it, so it was [about me] trying to do as good a job in a similar position."
"Imagine if only six of those could have been turned into wins. Arsenal would now be two points above Chelsea in fourth."
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