He finished the campaign with 19 assists to his name, just one short of Thierry Henry’s all time record of 20. He is set to be one of the key men for Germany, too, as they look to add the European Championships to their World Cup crown.
And Loew has praised the Arsenal star, saying he has outstanding capabilities to offer the world champions.
“Ozil is in outstanding physical condition,” the Daily Mail quotes him saying.
“In 2014 he had a couple of difficulties [but] now he is in a very different condition. He has outstanding capabilities and his technical capabilities are of great value.”
It will certainly be interesting to see if Ozil can rediscover his best form for this summer’s tournament after struggling in the second half of the season.
His form replicated that of Arsenal’s with both shining in the first half of the campaign but struggling to find their best form in 2016.
Tournament football is a different beast though, and Germany will be hoping that Ozil can rediscover his 2015 form to help them go far in France.