Mikel Arteta moves on from Mykhaylo Mudryk transfer after Chelsea twist

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has said that the club showed "discipline" in the transfer market after losing Mykhaylo Mudryk to London neighbours Chelsea.

Arteta stated after the game that his focus is on the players he currently has, but that the club is ready to strengthen the squad.

He said: “I am very proud to have the players we have. We always want to try to improve the squad. The club are the first to try and improve the players we have. We have to have some discipline and be consistent in the targets we have. We can make the players better – let’s focus on that”.

“We had some injuries, long-term injuries and it’s not helpful but we can focus on tomorrow. Train better, train better and review the game. We will try to improve the team. There are always a few parties involved. The club are willing and they have my support and I have their support.”

Discussing the 2-0 win at their north London rivals Spurs, he was pleased with the result.

“Everything. I loved the way we played and the courage we showed to come here and play. Doing our job we can make a lot of people happy, and I’m sure we’ve made Arsenal fans very happy”. He said

“It is not for me. Everything we ask, they are so willing to try and do. They are a terrific group of players. I think today we went another step. We won last season in big stadiums, but the way we won today was really pleasing to watch”.

“It shows not only determination and courage but you have to have the belief and quality to do it against this team. That is absolutely down to the players”.

“We were really aggressive. We were really intense against the high press. We won so many balls and duels. They created some openings, they are a dangerous team, but we did a lot of good work today.”

Mykhaylo Mudryk would be in present Chelsea’s executive box during their Premier League game against Crystal Palace, a game which they won 1 – 0.

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