Frenchman believes Gunners are no longer a one-man team.
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna feels that the North Londoners are a better side this season without Robin Van Persie in their ranks.
The Netherlands international left the Emirates last summer to join arch-rivals Manchester United in a £22 million deal, however, the Gunners right back says that the club now have more options in attack thanks to the new forward players manager Arsene Wenger bought with that money at the beginning of the campaign.
“We relied on Robin a lot last year,” Sagna told the Sun.
“He was in top form, he used to score in every game and he was our main striker.
“Now we have some diversity. Everyone can score and everyone can be dangerous. It’s good for the team.
“I think everyone’s settled well. It feels like they’ve always been here and they can score great goals at any time. Everyone is getting more confident.
“We have a lot of fun and everyone tries to speak English, which is really important. If you want to get stronger as a team, you have to communicate well. Everyone’s trying to speak better and better.”