Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has expressed his delight about playing with the likes of Mesut Ozil and Santi Cazorla.
The resurgent Czech international has made six Premier League appearances this season for an Arsenal side which finds itself in first place, five points ahead Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham.
The Gunners were excellent in Saturday's 2-0 win against Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium and Rosicky is delighted with their early season form.
“It's fun to play with players like Ozil and Cazorla,” he told Arsenal's official website.
“They can pass the ball so quickly and creatively. I think you can see we have fun on the pitch - if you have that it's great.
“We needed this result to react positively after the negative result (against Chelsea). It was a great game, an intense game from both sides and obviously we are happy to win so it's very pleasant.
“It's great to be (five points clear), no doubt about it, but for me it's too soon, the season is very long. Of course we would like to stay there on top of the league, it's a good feeling to be there but it's too soon, it doesn't mean a lot at this time. But it's not a bad feeling I have to admit and I would like to stay there.”
Arsenal have a big week coming up with away games against Borussia Dortmund and Manchester United. Rosicky is looking forward to facing his former team when Arsenal travel to Germany for the Group F clash.
“It will definitely be [special] because I spent five and a half years there and in the 14 years I've played professional football, I’ve played for just three teams,” he said.
“I spent five years there, won the league there and played in the UEFA Cup final there so obviously I have a lot of attachments and it will be a special game for me.”
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