Arsenal winger Willian has admitted that he can still ‘change a lot’ since joining the Gunners on a free transfer from Chelsea last summer, has struggled to make an impact.
The Brazilian came to the Emirates Stadium for a big contract. So far, however, he has yet to score a Premier League goal in any of the last four league games and has been left out of the starting lineup. He was also removed after 66 minutes against Newcastle in the FA Cup.
“I’m still adapting, so things are different, but I feel fine. I’ve been learning a lot… a new philosophy of football.
Everyone here is fantastic. I know I can change a lot, and of course, my results on the field can be a lot better,” he told Metro about the club’s game program this week.”
“It can be hard to explain sometimes,” he said.
“For me, the first game was fantastic. Against Fulham, I think I had a good performance and had two assists. And then, I have no idea.
I do try to do my best and sometimes things don’t go the way you expect them to. It’s a part of football and a part of life, you have to say. Often you have good moments, sometimes you have bad moments, and sometimes you have to learn. And I know I’m far from being at my best right now, but I’m determined to work hard and improve that, too.”