Arguably one of Arsenal's most gifted players, Santi Cazorla can help the Gunners to league title success this season.

Possessing sublime technical ability, quick feet and an outstanding football brain, Cazorla is the complete attacking midfielder.

During the opening stages of the season, Cazorla was playing well in Arsenal's talented midfield often creating moments of magic in matches with some good displays against Tottenham and Fenerbahce.

However, after the arrival of record signing Mesut Özil from Real Madrid, all the hype was surrounding the arrival of the German playmaker. Following Özil's arrival, Cazorla played well but did not seem to play to the very best of his ability.

In early October, the Spaniard suffered an injury which kept him out of action for nearly a month. He returned in November where he scored a stunning goal against rivals Liverpool at Emirates Stadium. 

After this match, Cazorla was a very quiet figure in the team struggling to make any major impact in matches. Also, uncharacteristically, Cazorla did not get on the score sheet. 

However, in the new year, Cazorla has been sparked into life scoring some outstanding goals against Tottenham and Fulham. He also has been more effective in midfield keeping possession well and creating chances.

Last season, he took the Premier League by storm scoring some fantastic goals and creating endless opportunities for his teammates. If Cazorla continues playing at his best and recovering his unstoppable form, he can, along with the rest of Arsenal's outstanding squad be a catalyst in Arsenal's title ambitions.

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