One of Arsene Wenger's latest recruits has spoken positively of the players who also joined the club this summer in the latest Arsenal transfer news.
Arsenal have been active participants in the summer transfer market thus far, completing four deals that include the marquee recruitment of Chilean sensation Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona, right back reinforcement from erstwhile Newcastle United star Mathieu Debuchy and today's deal for Southampton teenager Calum Chambers.
The former two acquisitions impressed another Emirates Stadium addition - former Nice shot-stopper David Ospina, who - like Sanchez and Debuchy - was also a competitor at the recent World Cup tournament in Brazil and described their presence in North London as "great".
Ospina told the club's official website: "They are great players; they have both been doing very well at club and international level.
"It is great for Arsenal that players of this quality have joined the squad," he stated.
On the influence manager Arsene Wenger had on his transfer from Ligue 1, Ospina added: "[He was] very influential… we had a chat and he is a very experienced manager; someone who is fair, correct and knows how to get the best out of his players."
Ospina has not joined Arsenal to just make up the numbers and peacefully play number two to Wojciech Szczesny.
From five games in Brazil, he conceded four but kept two clean sheets and made a total of 16 saves - a saves/shots percentage rate of 80%.
With him guarding goal for Nice at club-level, the French outfit conceded just 50 times from the start of the 2012-13 campaign - 0.91 concessions per game on average. When he did not play, that concession rate increased to a staggering 1.90 goals conceded per game on average.