Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey revealed he is his own worst critic and has vowed to deliver more consistent performances. Partey joined Arsenal from Atletico Madrid after the London club triggered his release club. His first season in the Premier League was riddled with injuries with most of the season spent on adapting to the new league. He gave an honest assessment of his performances and hopes that he can give better performances on either side of the pitch.
“I give myself four [out of 10], because there are moments I can really hurt the other team but there are also moments where I allow myself to lose focus and that’s when everything goes down.” Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey said. “This is when you realize that you have to get better. I have to read more of the game. Now I am having a lot of continuous games, it is normal that some games, or some moments in the games, I will be down. With more games, with more confidence, I will be able to get to where I want to be.”
“From the start [of the Manchester United game] I had a couple of moments where I gave two balls away and someone watching on TV from home or in the stadium, it is normal that they see this,” Partey added. “At the end, I have to be happy with some moments, I have to learn from the bad parts and try to do better. I think they demanded more and personally I know I can give more. I have to keep working and in the end, I will get the results.”