Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey believes that his recent performances have proved his doubters wrong.
The Gunners are on a six-match unbeaten streak which has seen them rise to fourth in the table, and midfielder Ramsey has been in the heart of the action in recent weeks after putting in some impressive performances.
The last few weeks have seen Ramsey regain the form he had before he suffered a horrific leg break against Stoke City in 2010.
The Welshman has put in some tireless performances, constantly running between defence and attack, and has won over many Arsenal fans whilst doing so.
The 22-year-old has been featured in several different positions this season, but he insists that he is just happy to be getting game-time for such an established Premier League club.
Ramsey has played as a left-winger, right-winger, centre-midfielder and even a left-back this season, but he is confident that he is proving all of his critics wrong.
“I'm really pleased with my form,” he told the Arsenal official website. “I'm working hard and putting in some good performances, so I'm happy.
“It makes a big difference [to be in central midfield]. That's my position and it's where I want to play.
“At the beginning of the season I was moving all over the pitch, playing left wing, right wing, right back. I was asked to do a job in many positions, which I'm happy to do for the team. If the manager wants me to play there, I'm not going to say no.
“But I've got my place back in the middle and I'm happy with that. My performances have shown what I'm capable of doing in the middle.”
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