Arsenal striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, has revealed that the Premier League remains the toughest league in the world.
He made this comment on Monday ahead of the team’s league clash against Sheffield United.
The Gabonese star said that no league in the world is as difficult as the English Premier League due to its physical nature.
‘The Premier League isn’t called the hardest league in the world for nothing. It [the race for the top-four] is pretty wide open.
‘For example, Manchester City lost to Wolves before the international break. But we are just going to focus on ourselves and try to work hard to win every game.
‘Who knows what will happen at the end of the season? We are still at the beginning now, but we hope to finish in the top four.’
Aubameyang has enjoyed a superb start to the season, scoring eight goals in ten appearances, and was named the Premier League Player of the Month for September.
‘I feel great,’ Aubameyang said as he was presented with his second Premier League Player of the Month award.
‘I’m feeling free on the pitch.
‘I don’t know if it’s the best form of my career but it’s a good one so I will try to keep the level up.