Takehiro Tomiyasu has admitted he is “not happy” with the position he has performed at Arsenal to this point this season.
Tomiyasu was initially an vital participant for Mikel Arteta’s facet after becoming a member of in the summertime of 2021, beginning 20 Premier League matches final season.
Nonetheless, he has misplaced his place within the beginning XI following the return of William Saliba, with the Frenchman securing a spot within the centre of defence and Ben White being moved huge to take Tomiyasu’s place at right-back.
With such modifications, the staff have made a flying begin to the marketing campaign, sitting high of the league after seven video games. On condition that, the beginning lineup is unlikely to be modified any time quickly, leaving Tomiyasu annoyed on the bench.
“What’s required on this league is kind of excessive and I am not happy,” he stated.
“Once you take a look at the gamers chosen as starters within the Premier League video games, you’ll perceive what’s required to be there. I’ll work laborious to be able to get my place again.”
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The Japanese worldwide remains to be getting again to full health after being out for 2 months earlier this 12 months with a calf harm.
Arteta says the main focus is to get him totally match once more first, and is proud of the progress his participant is making in that regard.
“We’re actually glad that we’re loading some minutes into him and he is responding very well,” he stated after Arsenal‘s 2-1 win over Aston Villa.
“He is been coaching now for weeks with none points which is the primary interval he is been in a position to do this within the final six or seven months, and you may see the best way he performed at present when he got here on – I believe he was actually good.”