Ex-Arsenal keeper David Seaman is adamant his former side are getting better with Mikel Arteta in charge.
The Gunners started the season poorly with three losses on the trot, but they’ve gone on an unbeaten run since in a remarkable turnaround.
One of their unbeaten games was a draw with Brighton just before the international break.
And although the Gunners didn’t get three points against the Seagulls, Seaman reckons the match shows how much they’ve improved under Arteta’s tutelage.
Torrential rain poured down throughout the game and the ex-England No.1 reckons the North London side wouldn’t of been able to cope with those conditions previously.
He said: “With Arsenal, though, coming off the back of the game against Brighton… for me that result was a better result than what they got credit for with that weather.
“Because it was absolutely torrential rain all the way through.
“I know Brighton had a lot of chances but normally under those sort of conditions and being as physical and as good as they are, Arsenal would have lost that game but I think we’ve turned a corner now in terms of what Arteta is doing. And I think the fans are getting on board with that.”