Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has mentioned the problem that Alex Iwobi had at the club before his transfer to Everton on the deadline day of the Premier League transfer window.
Arsenal legend Wright spoke to BBC Sport about Alex Iwobi shortly before his new club Everton played hosts Bournemouth in a week five clash in the Premier League.
Iwobi was helpless as his Everton team suffered a 3-1 defeat at the hands of the Cherries.
Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson was the star of the show for Bournemouth after he netted twice either side of the halftime interval.
Ryan Fraser got the other goal for the Cherries, while Brazilian international Richarlison got the lone Everton goal.
On Alex Iwobi, Ian Wright told BBC Sport that the Super Eagles player was affected a great deal by the constant criticism received from the Arsenal fans.
Iwobi left Arsenal for Everton on the final day of the Premier League transfer window last month in a deal reported to be around £40m, add-ons inclusive.
He has made a decent start to his Everton career after netting two goals in four games in all competitions.
Alex Iwobi scored in the Carabao Cup at Lincoln City and the Premier League clash at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers.