Danny celebrated his deadline-day move to Emirates Stadium with a brace for England against Switzerland. He then grabbed his first Arsenal goal in their 3-1 victory against Aston Villa after assisting Mesut Ozil’s opener. Speaking after the Villa win, Danny said: “I've not had as many training sessions as I would have liked to but I'm starting to know the other players a lot better. In time I'm sure the understanding will be positive.”
Danny netted a hat-trick against Galatasaray and followed it up with a late equaliser against Hull City. Just a couple of months into his Arsenal career, the England striker has demonstrated why Arsene Wenger bought him, offering the Gunners a constant threat up front with his pace, strength and link-up play. “I’m looking to build an understanding with the players and getting to know them better, it’s good to play with this calibre of midfielders, they are only going to create chances,” Danny said after the Galatasaray win.
Danny continued to impress in an Arsenal shirt with energetic performances throughout November. The forward scored a brace for England in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Slovenia and then scored the Gunners’ winner in their clash with West Bromwich Albion at the end of the month. Speaking after that victory, Danny said: “I’ve had a couple blocked off the line [in recent games] and it just wasn’t going my way, but I’ve got the goal and I’m just looking forward to scoring more and helping the team to win games.”