Mesut Özil has revealed the greatest goal of his career and it’s unsurprisingly one of the 31 he has for Arsenal to date.

The 28-year-old German midfielder sat down and completed an interview with Goal last week where he discussed life in London and why criticism doesn’t bother him amongst other things.

With four goals and three further assists in the UEFA Champions League this season, it’s been his best in terms of numbers since the 2011/12 campaign with Real Madrid – where he equalled the same goal contribution in 10 matches.

His solo effort against Ludogorets is rightly one of Arsenal’s goals of the campaign and Özil admitted he hasn’t scored a better strike than the one which sealed all three points during a tough away fixture in Sofia at the start of November last year.

It was a simply fantastic finish and as it completed an unlikely comeback, having been two goals behind in the first-half, the individual brilliance was there for all to enjoy during the dying minutes of a tense affair.

When asked about his greatest goal thus far in his career he said, “I’m proud of quite a few of my goals but that one against Ludogorets was like on PES! Passing three or four opponents and then scoring. When I watch it, I think it was the best goal of my career.

Özil will be hoping to replicate these match-winning moments in future for Arsenal as the midfield maestro has repeatedly reaffirmed his love for London and it’s highly probable that he’ll continue to play for the Gunners long-term.