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Thomas Partey determined to right Arsenal wrongs next season

Thomas Partey has told TV3 that he will do whatever it takes to rediscover his best form for Arsenal during the 2021/22 campaign.

The Ghanaian international endured a pretty inconsistent maiden campaign at the Emirates Stadium.

He picked up two pretty nasty injuries and that scuppered his chances of showing the Gunners fans what he’s capable of.

Partey in action for Arsenal; Photo; Adam Davy; Pool; Getty Images

Mikel Arteta will go in search of new players during the transfer window. Ruben Neves of Wolves is one name that has been heavily linked.

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Party is in no mood to simply relinquish his place in the team; issuing a defiant message during a recent interview.

He told TV3: “I think everybody has seen it, there’s been ups and downs.

“This is my first season and I think I have to adapt to how they play and get used to the teammates.

“I think now I’m getting used to them and I know with hard work everything will be okay for next season.

“It’s not easy. The Premier League is one of the best leagues in the world and if you want to be there you have to do everything well.

“So I like this challenge and I’m ready to do everything.”

Partey checked in at Arsenal from Atletico Madrid. He cost £45 million and arrived on transfer deadline day last summer.

During his maiden campaign in North London, he made 33 appearances in all competitions.

Next season he will hope to justify the fee that Arsenal played for him and showcase his Atletico Madrid form.

Partey will come good for Arsenal

The key for Arteta in the summer will be to get quality players around Partey.

It wasn’t a great campaign for the midfielder during 2020/21 but he’s still a steady player.

He did enjoy some good moments but the key next season will be consistency.

Partey is only 28 and that makes him worth persisting with beyond next season.

Partey didn’t enjoy the best of starts at Arsenal; Photo; Charlotte Wilson; Offside; Offside; Getty Images

The good thing is he clearly accepts that last season didn’t go swimmingly and is keen to impress.

That bodes well for the Gunners and he could well take the Premier League by storm next season.

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