Gunners youngster finding life in the Premier League tough.
Arsenal striker Yaya Sanogo has admitted that he is finding life in the Premier League difficult, but insists that the goals will come soon, according to the Daily Star.
The French under-21 international joined the Gunners from Auxerre last season, making the jump from Ligue 2 to the Premier League in the process.
However, despite his struggles in front of goal that has seen him fail to score in any of his 17 appearances for the club, Arsene Wenger has persisted with the young striker.
“Football is the football, but it’s a bit like going from 6th to 3rd [gear at] once. It takes time to adapt,” Sanogo said.
“When you come out of Ligue 2 and you end up in a duel with [Man City’s Vincent] Kompany, it is not an easy task.
“On all aspects [of my game] I’ve evolved.
“When you train with great players every day, you progress. When you play big teams, it helps gain experience.
“The fans expect me to score more, but once the first one goes in they’ll come. At 21, it’s not easy to play striker at Arsenal.
‘You have to fight every day to prove his worth. But Wenger just pushes me to continue my work will eventually pay off.”
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