He's technically excellent and could prove to be the flawless man to play in behind the formidable front three of Nicolas Pepe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.
Arsenal signed Nicolas Pepe from Lille for a record £72million fee and the Ivorian global has so far made only two substitute appearances as Unai Emery integrates him into the squad since he missed all their pre-season matches.
"I was nervous [when I entered the first-team dressing room at Schalke], but also excited because it was the first time I spent time with the players", he said. The deal is a £72million contract in one of the transfer coups of the window.
Kevin Nolan's Liverpool and Arsenal combined XI has got fans talking after the ex-Bolton and Newcastle United hero picked Joe Willock in midfield - instead of Jordan Henderson, Gini Wijnaldum and Fabinho.
"If he keeps performing like that, it will not just be Arsenal in for him".
"I chose to come here because it's a club with a lot of ambition", Pepe added.
Nicolas Pepe finds his choice logical saying that he is attracted to the Premier League because it is the best league in the world with an extremely intense championship.
Pepe lauded Emery for helping him settle down at the club after his first few weeks in North London. He reveals that the Arsenal coach speaks French, which makes it easier for them to communicate.
"They've started well with a good away win at Newcastle and they got the job done at the weekend against Burnley, but really, they are two games they were expected to win, so I'm not getting carried away".
The youngster is a highly rated academy graduate at the Emirates and is already a favourite amongst the fans at Arsenal because of the application he has shown on the pitch. He cuts inside using his left foot, breezes past opposition defenders, and takes powerful shots.