If there’s anything to take home from Arsenal’s recent defeats, is the effort and passion with which Chilean international Alexis Sanchez plays for Arsenal.
The striker has insisted that he will be unrelenting in his style of play as he aims at becoming one of the best players in the world.
Sanchez has cemented his status as the Gunners’ key man this season, after adjusting to a new position as centre-forward.
Only Diego Costa (13) has netted more Premier League goals than the versatile Arsenal attacker (12) this term, with both players having featured in all 17 fixtures.
Sanchez also led his national team to their consecutive Copa America title during the summer and i think he’s already in the class of one of the best players in the world.
Reflecting on his unrelenting energy, the 28-year-old told Arsenal Player: “I have always been like this. My career won’t last forever and I am aiming to be one of the best players in the world.
“I want to do my best and be professional until my career ends. I enjoy football a lot, I always wanted to be one of the best players in the world and I’ve been saying that since I was a little boy.
“I will slow down after I retire, but for the time being I will carry on like this. I just try to train well, sleep well and be professional at my job. There’s no much of a secret to it.”