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I hope Bukayo Saka will be fit to face West Brom - Mikel Arteta

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Arsenal seems to have turned the corner following back to back results in recent games. Mikel Arteta side have struggled for results in the league and the pressure of losing his job has hit at the manager his team due to their poor performances. 
But their 2-1 win against Chelsea and 1-0 against Brighton Hove Albion in their last two games has lifted the spirit of the team. 

Despite being in 15th position in the league, Arsenal have looked a different team since the win against Chelsea. 

The introduction of some young players in the attack to support Alexander Lacazette has added new energy going forward for the Gunners. 

One player in particular has to be Bukayo Saka. The 19 years old has been in tremendous form for Arsenal. 

A wonderful season last campaign saw him got rewarded with a new long term contract and was handed the jersey no 7.

So far this season, Saka has recorded 15 assists already in all competitions, which happens to be the highest from any player in the Arsenal team. 

Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta has given update on the player after he sustained a knock during the Brighton game on Tuesday. 

Arteta while speaking to the media ahead of West Bromwich Albion game said he remains hopeful that attacker would be available for the game. 

On Bukayo Saka’s Fitness, Arteta said: "I hope he is available, we will see today if he is training or not. He has played a lot of minutes as well. I am confident he will be okay for the game." 

on whether Bukayo Saka is always desperate to learn more…
Yes, but that should be a given by any player, that they are always trying to earn and get better. ~for me the biggest thing he has done in the last few months is the personality he plays with and the responsibility he takes in the decision he is willing to take when things are not going well, and the impact he has had for the team to get results. At that age, it is not common at all. But that is his nature, and he wants to evolve that - you could see that his team-mates trust him and want to give him that responsibility, and that’s great because then you don’t have one or two players, you have more players. He is a great example as well, for any young player to play with that commitment, that passion, and that courage, when you play for a big team.

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