Mesut Ozil still has a future at Arsenal, says Neil Robertson


'I was with Emery for three years in Valencia and I know him very well but I don't know the day-to-day thing in Arsenal right now.

The summer arrival of Dani Ceballos has further marginalised Ozil from the first-team picture, however, despite his struggles this season the 30-year-old insists he remains happy with life in North London and intends to see out the remaining two years of his contract at the club.

Ozil told The Athletic: "Sead's reaction was really, really courageous because he attacked one of the attackers".

The former Germany global has struggled for game time this season, making just one Premier League and one Carabao Cup performance and not yet completing a full 90 minutes, but has insisted he will try to prove himself at the Emirates, rather than looking for minutes elsewhere.

"Now we have two options in that left-back role with Sead Kolasinac and him". After that he was sick for one week and then he lost a lot of training to keep his fitness.

"In the last two or three weeks, his training has improved".

The World Cup victor has only started one Premier League game and made one other appearance in the Carabao Cup.

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"I'm here until at least 2021".

"If he gives us a good feeling in training, he can play".

However, the player insisted most of the criticism is unwarranted and he is always unfairly blamed for the bad performance of the rest of the team in big games.

Arsenal head coach Unai Emery: "We have challenges every day, we have challenges when we are playing matches and we have them collectively".

Emery recently claimed that other players "deserved" to be picked ahead of the playmaker.

'The player can help us. This weekend Arsenal travel to Sheffield, a place where they've already had a hard past, to take on Chris Wilder's stubborn Premier League newboys Sheffield United.

'When I said that it was because at the moment maybe physically, maybe also with more rhythm and maybe more it depends what we need from other players in each match, then they were in front of him at that moment.