During the early stages of the season Aaron Ramsey was struggling to consistently get a run in the team due to Jack Wilshere's comeback and the spectacular display shown by Santi Cazorla game after game.
But when Arsene Wenger decided to play him in deeper role, he showed great energy and dominance in this role.
He was later asked to play in wide positions and with no hesitation he tried playing on the left and on the right.
Ramsey was getting lots of criticism at this stage but people did not realise that he rarely played in his own position.
However in late December, Ramsey started playing in central midfield alongside Arteta and with some impressive performances he cemented himself a place in the starting 11.
Ramsey has always played with great spirit and attitude where he always gives 100 per cent for the team and consistently performed to a satisfactory standard with moments of brilliance.
These moments of brilliance include stunning tricks, precise dribbling and a sensational variety of passing.
But now Ramsey has kept his attitude and slightly adapted his game to become a resilient box-to-box midfielder.
One thing Ramsey has improved on is his short range passing. Quick, accurate and meaningful the passes he made always helped the team.
Ramsey also has exceptional vision and has been playing brilliant through balls and long passes for a while now.
He made many fantastic chances but he has not been given the credit he rightfully deserves for this as the chances he made were not finished unfortunately.
When he is playing, everyone can see how much it means to him and shows that he wants to be there.
The Welshman always tries his best and gives 100 per cent into what he is doing whether it is attacking or defending.
No matter what position he is playing, he never stops running and gives everything for the team - similarly to Wilshere.
Of course, no player is perfect. There are still a few rough edges in his game, one of them being his goalscoring and conversion of chances.
There is no getting away from the fact he should be on the scoresheet more often but it gives him something to work on and he has managed to improve his game a lot already so why can't he improve it further?
With more playing time and playing alongside the right players Ramsey will become a complete player.
Additionally his mentality and attitude towards the game is second to none so he can combine his mental qualities with his physical abilities and become a fantastic player for many years to come.
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