Fans have hailed the 11ft tall bronze statue as “well deserved” after it was revealed on Friday.
Meanwhile, Gunners target Mohammed Kudus reportedly prefers a move to the Gunners as opposed to Chelsea.
In other news, AC Milan and Inter Milan are both keen on signing Folarin Balogun.
I am really comfortable in this position. I am more on the ball and more integrated in the game.
“I am still adapting and I think I have a lot of room to improve but so far it’s working quite well.
“Obviously it’s a completely different style to how I played at Chelsea, but I think it’s a style that suits me very well.
“Of course it is going to take some time for me to get used to playing in midfield again, but I have only been here for two and a half weeks and I’m giving everything to try to perform at a high level.
“Everyone has to earn their place in the team and you do that by giving everything in every training session and every game.
“The team is amazing and it definitely feels like home already. They have made it easy for me to integrate into the team and it’s fun to be with them.
Kai Havertz has assured anxious Arsenal fans that he can handle his responsibilities in Mikel Arteta’s midfield.
The German international has hit the ground running following his surprise £65million summer switch from Chelsea.
But many supporters are still questioning whether he has the physical power to replace Granit Xhaka in the heat of the midfield battle.
Havertz, 24, was used primarily as an attacking player either out wide or as a supporting striker during his four years at Chelsea, famously scoring the winning goal against Manchester City in the 2021 Champions League final.
But he actually made his name as a midfield player at Bayer Leverkusen, where he was regularly compared to German legends Michael Ballack and Toni Kroos.
And now he is turning back time as he relishes his extra involvement in an Arsenal shirt.