Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has revealed Amazon docuseries 'All or Nothing' filming was 'really demanding' and has admitted he hasn't watched the footage yet.
The docuseries is due to be released on 4 August and will document the Gunners' 2021/22 campaign - during which Arteta's side narrowly missed out on UEFA Champions League football.
Speaking to the press during the club's pre-season tour of North America, Arteta opened up about his experiences being filmed '24/7' (via ESPN).
He said: "Honestly, it was challenging but as well I think it was an incredible experience personally, for the club and everybody can see the reality without any boundaries about how it works on a daily basis at the club.
"On a personal level obviously it was really demanding because you are on camera for 24/7.
"You tend to forget about it. So when they talk about Big Brother houses and people can do certain things, it is true because I have experience that you forget about the cameras.
"Probably in the documentary you will see, that I don't think that now unfortunately. Now probably if we are going to have a camera there, I would not do it. But they are done."
When asked about his thoughts on the docuseries and whether or not any footage was cut out, Arteta replied: "I haven't seen anything. I think I'm the only person at a senior level that hasn't seen it."