The recent form of Arsenal has left so much to be desired as the team has lost their last two games.
However, Arsenal new boy Granit Xhaka has vowed to maintain his aggressive style of play.
Xhaka has become known for his physical style of play and was sent off six times for club and country during his time at Gladbach, picking up 48 yellow cards.
Since making the move from Gladback in the summer, Xhaka has been in and out of Arsenal team as he is still adapting to the rigours of the Premier League.
Speaking in an interview with Arsenal’s website, Xhaka said: “There are of course phases in the game where the line becomes blurred, but then you need to step up psychologically. I play with a lot of emotion because I’m a passionate guy and I play with that passion.
“I love playing that way. Sometimes you’re late onto the ball, sometimes you’re not. Sometimes you make contact with the guy when you tackle him, sometimes not. It’s a sport where individual duels are vital so I don’t see it as a problem.
“I wouldn’t change myself for anybody. I am who I am, people accept me or they don’t. I have my strengths and my weaknesses which I can try to improve upon, of course. I’m still not the finished product. I’m only 24 so I’ve got plenty of time to keep improving.”