Arsenal striker Oliver Giroud came off the bench to deliver his side with his first two touches which resolve to victory goals against Sunderland on Saturday game.
The 30 year old is yet to start the season with a toe injury since the European Championship, and has watched his team mate, Alexis sanchez scored seven goals in nine matches for Arsenal.
“In every big club you have a lot of good strikers with different qualities,” The French player said, “We can play together, we can play as lone strikers and we can play up front with each other as well.
“The team has played very well at the start of the season but it’s cyclic and I hope to come back by working hard in training. I’m happy as long as we win. We have a very good team cohesion and I’m not questioning myself too much. I’m just focused on the team.
“I just need to play and play more and, in training, show that I’m in good form. That’s what I tried to bring to the team when I came on against Sunderland. I tried to help the team get back in the game because it was 1-1 and we needed the win, so fortunately I was in the right position to finish.
“I feel good on the pitch focus on the next stage of the Champions League and another big game on Sunday. you know, my injury is now behind me and I want to work now. I want to I’m just concentrating on what I have to do on the pitch and my time will come.”