Ozil, who is due to return to the Arsenal side this weekend as they travel to Newcastle in the Premier League, has not enjoyed the best of starts to the campaign. But the former Emirates number one believes the midfielder should not be singled out for every bad performance he's had.
When speaking with the Standard Sport, Seaman said:
"He's a quality player, there's no doubt about that. Sometimes people think he doesn't care, but that's just his style. He does care - a lot.
Regardless of what pundits and other fans think, Ozil has delivered more times than not. As well as this not sprinting constantly instantly becomes not trying.— adam (@moboukraa) September 14, 2018
Still more to come from him and he stuck with us when others jumped ship.
The Arsenal boss has urged Ozil to do more for the side in and around the box, as he looks for his German playmaker to contribute more goals to the side.
As quoted by Football London, the Spanish coach said:
"Professionally I push him for improvements to give us the best in his qualities and performances.