Oxlade-Chamberlain keen to improve at Arsenal
Arsenal forward Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has insisted that he wants to keep adding the end product to his overall game, whether that be goals or assists, arsenal.com reports.
The 18 year old has been effective so far for the Gunners and has Premier League, Champions League and Carling Cup goals to his name this season. Oxlade-Chamberlain has also turned provider, setting up Robin van Persie on numerous occasions, and is keen to keep his game at a top level. Wenger has backed the Arsenal forward to travel with England to Euro 2012 this summer and Oxlade-Chamberlain could be an outside chance for a place in the squad.
Playing for the Gunners is his main priority and the 18 year old insists that while he knew he had the raw materials to be a good player, this current season is about developing his game and becoming an established player in the Arsenal line-up.
Oxlade-Chamberlain said: ‘When I was younger, I scored quite a lot, but that dropped off as I got older and went into midfield. It’s something I always look to bring to my game – and if I can’t score, then at least I can set somebody else up. I’ve learned a lot here and developed my game, but the main thing has been belief in myself’.
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