Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin Confident in Team’s Title Aspirations
Former Arsenal star Hector Bellerin believes that his former team now has the necessary experience to win the Premier League title this season. Under the guidance of Bellerin’s former teammate and current Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, the team came close to winning the title last season but was ultimately surpassed by Manchester City.
Arsenal has made significant investments in their squad and is once again challenging Manchester City for the top spot. Bellerin, who left Arsenal last summer to join Real Betis, has been impressed by Arteta’s ability to galvanize the team and believes they have what it takes to go all the way this time.
Arteta’s Strengths and Evolution
When asked about Arteta’s strengths, Bellerin told Sky Sports, “He’s constantly learning and I think that’s what’s good about him. He’s able to adapt and learn from his mistakes and he’s able to become a new Arteta every season. As a player, he was already coaching, discussing game strategies and pressing tactics with us. We all knew he would eventually become a manager.”
Bellerin also praised the development of young player Bukayo Saka, who has emerged as one of Arteta’s leaders on the pitch. Bellerin has maintained close contact with his former teammates and expressed his pride in seeing Saka and others grow and gain valuable experience.
“For sure, there are very young players in that team that now have a lot of experience like Bukayo himself, and I think that’s one of the things that we were missing before. I’m sure every year will be better for them, and that’s where Arsenal football club deserves to be,” Bellerin added.
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