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Serge Gnabry, the 18-year-old German Gunner featured in an Q&A with Arsenal’s official twitter feed.

It seems like Serge Gnabry, the 18-year-old German Gunner, is improving every day.

Gnabry impressed in a Premier League game against Swansea City FC in which he scored a crucial goal in the 58th minute and helped the Gunners to a 2-1 win.

This week he showed off his skills in a under-23 match between Arsenal FC and Aston Villa FC, where he recorded two assists and one goal to lead his troops to a 4-2 victory.

“It was an inspired choice, with the winger showing he is now simply too good for this level alone, and perfectly deserving of a first team spot,” we reported earlier. It shows resilience that he took advantage of injuries. One step at a time he tries to establish himself at Arsenal’s first team. 

Either it is a sign of his rising stock or a sign of the international break or both that he is now featured in an Q&A with Arsenal’s official twitter feed.

Here is the full #AskSerge interview...

Q: Who is your best friend in the club?

A: Thomas Eisfeld, we're on the same wavelength!

Q: Who is the best dancer. You or Lukas Podolski?

A: It's definitely me. Don't tell Poldi!

Q: What has been your best moment at Arsenal?

A: Scoring at Swansea. You can't describe the feeling of seeing that ball go into the net.

Q: Do you get weight-lifting advice from Alex Chamberlain?

A: No, it's the other way around!

Q: Define Arsene Wenger in one word?

A: Legend!

Q: How do you feel when you play in the Emirates Stadium?

A: It's amazing, to play in front of all those fans. It's a great atmosphere and a great stadium.

Q: Music or film?

A: I prefer music. I listen to a lot of R n' B and hip hop.

Q: Who is most messy in the dressing room?

A: I wouldn't like to name names!

Q: On this Children's day, what's your best childhood memory?

A: My best childhood memory is making my father proud.

Q: How do you pronounce your name?

A: In Germany it's GER-NAB-REE – you do pronounce the G!

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