Arsene Wenger has pinpointed Lorenzo Insigne as the man to watch during Arsenal's Champions League group stage clash against Napoli, reports the Daily Star.
The 22-year-old striker is set to line-up for the Serie 'A' outfit when Rafa Benitez's side arrive in north London on Tuesday evening.
Following victories for both teams in their opening Group F matches less than two weeks ago, Wenger and Benitez will both be hoping to maintain their maximum points return with another win this time out.
And, having faced each other as recently as the Emirates Cup in August, Wenger says he has learnt lessons from their pre-season meeting, singling out Insigne for special attention from his players at the Emirates Stadium.
"He [Insigne] is mobile, he is not tall but quick and very good in the transition from defence to attack," said the Gunners boss. "He is a good dribbler as well and is an intelligent mover. That makes him an interesting prospect.
Wenger added: "That's what struck me as well in the Emirates Cup - when they win the ball they come out very quickly with Callejon, Hamsik, Insigne and Higuain, [who] come out like bombs all the time they win the ball.
"The transition from our side from offense to defence will have to be very quick."
Arsenal come into tomorrow's European tie off the back of a 2-1 victory away at Swansea which cemented their place at the top of the Premier League table, with 15 points from the opening six games.