"I want to take them away from here and live together more and train some concepts we haven't been able to train".
"They (Burnley) do what they do really well, and you are allowed to do it so we have to react to that".
Arteta, a student of Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, said: "For me it is very smart and intelligent and well managed what you do".
The home side will enter the match as underdogs, largely due to their position on the league table where they are placed on the 14th spot with just 30 points after 24 matches, six clear of the safety zone.
'That's the job that Arteta has got, to get them back to that level.
Midfield: Arsenal are likely to make a change in midfield with Lucas Torreira recalled after he was rested for the FA Cup win over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium last week.
"I think we had a good first year, taking two competitions well as Europa League and Premier League", Emery was quoted as saying by Marca.
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"The last two-three months have been tough for them so I want to give them a few days off".
"We need more consistency".
Notably, captain Pierre Emerick Aubameyang was guilty of missing several key chances in the match, with Alexandre Lacazzette not having much luck in front of goal either. Perhaps it's time to try a more dynamic option at No. 10, like moving Nicolas Pepe inside and giving Gabriel Martinelli a longer run in the side.
Burnley grew into the game and came close in the 18th minute when Chris Wood nodded down for Rodriguez to fire a low drive which took a slight deflection and was tipped round the post by Gunners keeper Bernd Leno.
Burnley's Ashley Westwood (centre) and Dwight McNeil (right) battle for the ball with Arsenal's Mesut Ozil during the Premier League match at Turf Moor, Burnley.
Arsenal remained unsafe on the counter and Burnley keeper Nick Pope did well to block Aubameyang's chip. He is delighted to be returning to the Clarets in time - a team that he has scored seven goals in in just four games.
Rodriguez should have won it for Burnley when he met McNeil's cross with a close-range volley that hit the bar and bounced down on the line, with goalline technology confirming the whole ball did not go over.