Aaron Ramsey says some of the football Arsenal produced against Norwich City on Saturday was "breathtaking".
A stunning strike from Jack Wilshere, a brace from Mesut Ozil and a wonderful individual effort from Ramsey himself saw the Gunners return to the top of the Premier League.
And the Welshman saved special praise for Wilshere's sublime 18th-minute opener.
"Confidence is such a massive thing and I feel composed in front of goal at the moment and I'm taking my chances"
"That was top football," said the midfielder. "It was all one touch, the ball was perfect into the player they were passing to and the first-time finish with his right foot was great.
"Our philosophy is to play football like that and get the ball down and play fast one or two touch football. Some of the goals were breathtaking but we practice those sort of things in training."
Ramsey began the game as a substitute but replaced the concussed Mathieu Flamini in the 38th minute. The 22-year-old had a number of efforts saved by John Ruddy in the second half. But a moment of magic in the 83rd minute gave him his ninth goal of the campaign.
"I saw the two defenders come rushing out so I thought I'd pretend to shoot and then obviously I was inside the six-yard box, I saw another defender come towards me so I pretended to shoot again and then put it past the goalkeeper," recalled Ramsey.
"I'm just confident at the moment. Confidence is such a massive thing and I feel composed in front of goal at the moment and I'm taking my chances."
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