Arsenal star Santi Cazorla was the undoubted star of the show at the club's second Christmas party last night, if a leaked video of the Spanish playmaker tearing up the dancefloor is anything to go by.
Cazorla was easily the most willing mover at a black tie dinner for Gunners stars and their families to mark the festive period, showing the kind of nimble footwork that's made him such a firm favourite at the Emirates Stadium over the last two years.
Mikel Arteta does his best to provide support with a few moves, but his countrymen is Cazorla is clearly the centre of attention and on this evidence should have more than enough energy to continue his fine recent form over the festive period.
Santi the star of the show
The Mirror managed to obtain an exclusive behind-the-scenes video snippet of what went on at Arsenal's official Christmas do, their second festive knees-up in as many weeks.
Arsenal's first-team squad hit Dstrkt nightclub last after beating Newcastle United 4-1 last weekend, but had rather less to celebrate on Monday night after conceding a last-gasp equaliser to Liverpool at Anfield in a disappointing 2-2 draw.
Arsenal need festive pick-me up
Gunners star no doubt used Monday's festivities to rally the troops after a thoroughly underwhelming display at Anfield, which in truth was indicative of a patchy start to the season to put it kindly.
Arsene Wenger's side are languishing four points off a familiar place in the top four after dropping points on Merseyside, a situation which urgently needs addressing regardless of an injury crisis that shows no signs of slowing down.
Arsenal need Cazorla to be on top form over the festive period to get back on track, starting with the Boxing Day showdown with Queens Park Rangers.
The latin maestro has three goals and two assists in his last five Premier League games, more of that dazzling play in the final third combined with immediate defensive improvements may just have Arsenal dancing up the table heading into 2015.
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