The Gunners look forward for the return of their midfielder as they go to face one of their toughest opponents, the Spurs.
, hopes to seeThomas Partey
back on the pitch after missing the player since November. The Gunners, who will be facingTottenham
on Sunday, wish that the 27-year-old will be fit enough to be included in the game.
"He's putting a lot of pressure on us,"
Arteta said following their recent win in the
"He's training tomorrow with us and let's see how it goes in the next couple of days."
The Spaniard also talked about their win overRapid Wien
"The aggressiveness is always there but the margins in the Premier League are so much smaller, when you make a mistake you pay the price."
"We haven't been as ruthless in the final third in the Premier League as we have in Europe, but I liked the reaction of the team and the performance today.”
"Many of them I am delighted with, the injured players who been out for so long they worked so hard we are so glad to have them back, to add numbers to the squad. [Alexandre] Lacazaette it was great to have him on the score sheet, some really good individual performances and some of the good from the young boys as well.”
"The club has made such an effort to make sure today everything was set up in the right way so hopefully the fans had a good night, they were tremendous for us."
Arteta later talked about his plan to make a few alternations to their starting XI on Sunday adding:
"We've seen that a lot of players playing on a Thursday who have strong performances in Europa who then play on the Saturday as well, so yes I will be thinking about this performance [when picking the team]."