Alexandre Lacazette praised Arsenal for not panicking against West Brom in Monday’s Premier League’s clash, revealing that the team knew they would improve.

Three games into the season, some people were asking if Lacazette was starting to realise just what he’d got himself into after losses to Stoke and Liverpool and a whirlwind game against Leicester.

But the 26-year-old says the team didn’t lose their heads at that early stage, since they knew they were on the right track, reports the Evening Standard.

After Arsenal’s win over West Brom, Lacazette said: “There was no feeling of panic in the team. We knew that working together would pay off. During September, we have reconstructed ourselves defensively and we are working together.

“We won with a clean sheet and everything was perfect [against West Brom] with the possession and the goals.”

After conceding eight goals in their first three matches of the season, Arsenal appear to have completely turned things round now. In the five matches since the 4-0 defeat to Liverpool, Arsenal have only conceded once.

Of course, the Gunners haven’t been perfect defensively. West Brom could easily have had a penalty and missed a near open goal on Monday, but in my opinion it’s still a big improvement from the game at Anfield, especially when you consider that Arsenal played Chelsea at Stamford Bridge during that period.

But overall, I feel the team have put their head down and started to put things right after those early disappointments. That’s the main thing the fans were asking for. Now they just need to keep it going.

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