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Arsenal: Martin Odegaard explains special Mikel Arteta plan to transform his game

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Odegaard is thriving under Arteta at Arsenal and leading their pursuit of a top-four finish.

The Norway international is emerging as Arsenal’s new leader in their bid to secure Champions League qualification

In an interview with Norwegian broadcasters TV2 ahead of Arsenal’s game against Watford, Odegaard has offered insight into how Arteta has helped him realise his potential.

The interview reveals how Odegaard has worked on his game with Arteta, who wanted the midfielder to play closer to the opposition goal, score more goals, create more chances, play closer to the central striker to support him and work harder off the ball.

The start of the improvement in Odegaard’s game goes back to a conversation he had with Arteta before he joined Arsenal on loan in January 2021.

And this season, after joining on a permanent deal from Real Madrid last summer, the 23-year-old has taken his game to another level.

“I have never experienced a manager who is so sharp on details and small things in the game,” said Odegaard.

“He helps me a lot. I think it’s fascinating and I try to get as many tips as possible.

“Right from the start, I had a great sense for him. I felt it from the first time I spoke to him at a Zoom meeting before I signed here on loan. He was very clear on how he saw me as a player, how he could use me and what he could help me with. Ever since then, it has been very good.

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“He is already a top manager, and I think he will be for many years to come. He is young, just like our team, and will only get better. I think we will see a lot of him in the future.”

Odegaard added: “I feel I have become more important for the team and taken up more space. I have really found my position and connections to those around me. It has gotten better and better.

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