Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has praised the impact of manager Unai Emery at the club since he was appointed in the summer as a replacement for Arsene Wenger.
The Spaniard signed a three-year deal as the new Gunners manager during the summer after former boss Wenger retired at the end of last season.
Unai Emery has been able to make a huge impact at the club following the recent run of eleven consecutive victories in all competitions.
Lacazette recognises his influence and has praised him for the way the Spanish tactician has been able to turn the fortunes of him and the club around.
The 27-year-old had a stop-start campaign under Wenger last season after joining in a then-club record transfer fee of around £46.5m.
He has found a new lease of life under Unai Emery and scored five goals in six starts and six substitute appearances.
Alexandre Lacazette showered high praise on his manager in an exclusive with club legend Ian Wright for Premier League Today via Metro.
He also pointed out that the team is more tactical under Unai Emery than what was obtainable under Wenger and that has been hugely instrumental to the current winning sequence in all competitions.