Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has backed the club's chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League and admits that the race for the top four will be "exciting" for the fans in north London.
Lacazette has been one of Arsenal's most consistent players this season even though he's spent most of his time in the shadow of top goalscorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The 27-year-old has reached double figures in both goals and assists for the first time in his professional career this season, helping Arsenal
The former Lyon striker was speaking after he scored in a friendly match against Al-Nasr during Arsenal's warm weather training camp
Lacazette praised the club's decision to have their mid-season camp in Dubai, but he stressed that the players are now eager to get their heads down ahead of their match at home to Newcastle United on Monday.
lacazette is fully a world class player but y’all not grown enough for that conversation so I’m schleep— jbg (@JBdreezy) March 19, 2019