Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has warned that there is more to come from him, after hitting his first goal of the season against Burnley.
The French ace was back in the starting XI against the Clarets after being left on the bench against Newcastle United, and gave his side the lead at the Emirates Stadium in the 2-1 win.
The ace will be looking to better his tally of 13 Premier League goals last term, and has every faith in himself of doing that.
Speaking to Canal+, (quoted by GFFN) he said: “The Premier League has seen a very good Lacazette, but not yet the best Lacazette. I need to score more goals I know, I need to be more consistent and consistent throughout matches. I can do better.”
Lacazette is a huge crowd favourite at the Emirates for his excellent all-round forward play.
His selfless style and creativity allow the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to flourish, but adding more goals to his game would make him truly fearsome.
So long as Lacazette gives his all for the team, most Arsenal fans won’t mind if he doesn’t really increase his rate of scoring.
The Arsenal faithful voted him Player of the Season for 2018/19, and he is adored by all at the club.
That said, if he is able to become more clinical and selfish in front of goal as he clearly wants, Arsenal will have a monstrous player on their hands.
He obviously has it in him, as evidenced by his 100 goals in 203 Ligue 1 matches before joining the club.
He already has a respectable record of 28 goals in 68 Premier League games, along with 15 assists, so any improvement on that would be excellent for the Gunners.