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Bellerin reveals persistent analysis
After impressing against Hull on Sunday, Spanish right back Hector Bellerin has revealed that he constantly analyses his own game and compares himself to the likes of Bacary Sagna, Carl Jenkinson and Calum Chambers - other right backs he's played alongside at Arsenal.
"You know there are always players in front of and behind you, who are going to try to get your spot," said Bellerin. "The only thing you can do is learn from them. You know that if they are in front of you, it’s because they are better than you, so that means that they are something that you’re not doing right."
"When Bacary was here, I used to look at his games and analyse him, because I think he was one of the best players we used to have on the pitch. When Jenko or Calum play, it’s about analysing the things they do right and wrong. When I play my games, I need to analyse myself. I need to wait for my time - work hard every day and be patient, because that’s what it’s about," he said.
Bielik bid rejected
With the transfer window now open, fans are hoping to see manager Arsene Wenger sign a new defensive midfielder who can help protect the back four right away.
However, they may be a little underwhelmed to see that Wenger is instead trying to sign Legia Warsaw teenagers Krystian Bielik.
The 17-year-old has been linked with Arsenal for some time now, and the Gunners have had a €2m (£1.6m) bid for the Polish youngster rejected today.
Dybala refuses to rule out Arsenal move
Another reported target for the Gunners is Argentine youngster Paulo Dybala. The 21-year-old has impressed for Palermo this season, hitting nine goals and six assists for the Serie A side, and speaking after his side's 5-0 win over Cagliari today, Dybala was asked about the possibility of joining Arsenal - and he didn't rule out the possibility.
"This is not for me to say, they would talk about it to my agent, and now, I think to make goals," said Dybala.