Mohamed Elneny spoke regarding a wide range of topics in his recent interview with Sky Sports.
“We’ve spoken about Thursday, that is behind us. It’s already gone, and we are going there on Monday to win the game. We’re focused on that 100 per cent.” Mohamed Elneny said. “It’s going to be tough, of course, but we’re not thinking about Newcastle’s run.
“We’re a strong team, any opponent in the Premier League is strong, it wouldn’t be different if it was another team because every team is good.
“Thursday does not change anything. We’ve got two games, if we win them, we will be in the top four, we don’t have to rely on anyone else’s results.”
“I always believed,” he says. “I do my job, I let Mikel [Arteta] do his job too and respect his decisions. He always does the right thing for the team, that’s what I believe.
“Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka were playing and doing really well, there was never anything to explain, I understood. I just knew I had to be ready, we work as a team and in football everything can change in one second.
“I’ve said before, if Arsenal want me, it’s my club, my family, but it’s not my decision,” he admits. “I have to wait for them to say ‘Mo, we want you’.
“Since the first day I have been here, it has felt like a family. We really work like that here, it’s such a beautiful club.”