The 22-year-old has made solely 9 appearances within the prime flight up to now, beginning simply as soon as, as he is been blighted by a long-term groin damage and even underwent surgical procedure that extended his absence.
In a current interview with Sky Sports activities, Smith Rowe revealed that it has been a troublesome spell for him whereas admitting that the 2022-23 league season has been essentially the most difficult of his profession.
He mentioned (by way of GOAL):
“It has been robust man. Undoubtedly the toughest season of my profession up to now. It has been irritating however I am pleased with the place the staff are in the mean time.”
Nonetheless, the midfielder has now recovered from his issues and is anticipated to play a component in Arsenal’s run-in regardless of going through an uphill battle to reclaim his place of their beginning XI.
Head coach Mikel Arteta has beforehand hailed Smith Rowe’s versatility, whereas insisting that he can play in midfield or out large and even because the No.9, which suggests we may see the England worldwide function from any of these positions if given the possibility.
Arsenal face West Ham United on Sunday on the London Stadium within the Premier League.
Arsenal solely three factors away from Manchester Metropolis within the Premier League
Arsenal’s draw to Liverpool final weekend allowed Manchester Metropolis to trim the hole on the prime to simply three factors with solely eight video games remaining within the 2022-23 season.
What’s additionally value noting is that the 2 are set to conflict on the Etihad on 26 April in a possible title decider.
The Gunners want to finish their drought and elevate their fourth Premier League crown after 19 years, whereas Metropolis are aiming to grow to be simply the second staff within the competitors’s historical past to win the title three years in a row.
Given how tight the race is, each match hereon is a last for these sides, with one slip-up turning the entire race the other way up as now we have one other thrilling run-in on our arms.