New signing Yaya Sanogo joined Arsenal on a free transfer from French side Auxerre.
At only 20-years-of-age, the Frenchman has a lot of time to develop into a very good player, and can expect to be given the chance to grow under the tutelage of Arsene Wenger.
Sanogo has made one appearance for the Gunners thus far this season, having come off the bench in Arsenal's 3-1 win against fellow London outfit, Fulham.
Reports coming from the Arsenal camp speculate that the striker has adapted well to the English style of football, and is learning from the more experienced Arsenal players.
According to reports, the former Auxerre player is enjoying his football in England, and anticipates a bright future at the Emirates: “I know my time will come, I am patient and I am working hard every day. I tell myself that I’m only 20, I have to keep working to gain experience.
“I have been with Arsenal for two months now and I am adapting well to England and starting to get my bearings.
“In training, there are only great players, so you can only move forward.
“Arsenal is a great club, but even if I am only a small part of it I am a player like all the others. I have two eyes and two feet like them.”
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