Arsenal have had some bad news with Olivier Giroud potentially being ruled out for 3 months. But Arsenal’s new man Joel Campbell is ready to give everything to impress at the Emirates.
Campbell Arsenal’s website: “I performed well with my national team at the World Cup – the fans could see what I am capable of. Now it’s time for me to prove my qualities, I have to work hard during training and make the most of any single opportunity the manager may give me.”
Campbell’s hard working attitude is admirable, but he is yet to prove he has what it takes to do well in England. It’s also another question as to whether he can play as a lone striker for the club, something Arsenal need with Giroud out. Campbell knows it won’t be easy:
“I’m at a very competitive club with many top-class players in the squad. You have to work really hard even to stay on the bench, let alone to get a spot in the line up.
“It has been three years on loan at different clubs but finally now I can settle in here. I want to prove what I am capable of.
“Arsenal has great players and the kind of football we play suits my style.”
With Lukas Podolski set to leave the club, Campbell’s playing time could be improved, especially if Arsenal choose not to sign a new striker in the wake of Giroud’s 3 month injury.