Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has insisted that Danny Welbeck is one of the options for a starting berth in the team, after the England international scored two goals in the win against Brentford in the Carabao Cup.
Welbeck has not made a start in the Premier League campaign so far but has already scored four goals in six appearances in all competitions. Emery has insisted that Welbeck will certainly be rewarded with first team starts as his form demands, and said he was very happy with the player.
"He gives us his quality and also his commitment every day," the Gunners boss told reporters, according to Goal.
"Danny Welbeck is working with this commitment and when he is playing also with a performance like today, I think he's helping the team and we want this.
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"Also, it's more chances for us to find the first XI for the next matches with performances like today's. Each match is very important for the players, they can show us and show every supporter and every person their performance."
"Tonight, it's a good performance from every player and also Danny Welbeck, he worked with two goals, helping us. And for Saturday, he's also another player that I can try, to help the first XI because he's doing very well, with a big commitment."
The win against Brentford means that Hunners have now won six games in a row, after their defeats in the opening two games of the campaign. They will face an in-form Watford on Saturday and hope to continue their run.