Mikel Arteta has hailed the unity he has seen at the club and the way the environment and culture has improved.
The boss celebrated two years in charge earlier this week, and says he has learnt some key lessons along the way.
|[I've found that] this is much more complicated, much more unpredictable than it looks!" he said. "But I love and am completely passionate about what I do, I feel privileged and very lucky to be where I am and I try to enjoy it as much as I can. It is a lot of pressure and a lot of decisions to make, but at the same time it is priceless to be here.
"I’m most proud of the atmosphere, the environment and the culture we have around the club and the sense of unity that we have from everybody who works at the club and the sense of unity that we have with our supporters that I think has come a long, long way.
"There are still a lot of things we need to get much better at, to improve but I think the team is going in the right direction, that is the feeling that I have.
"I think I have made a lot of mistakes for sure in this period, I would have time to reflect on that, but I don’t know, I wish I had six trophies here next to me because that’s what this club deserves!"
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