Arsenal’s head coach, Mikel Arteta, has expressed his confidence that he can win over the fans of “the biggest football club in England”, after a difficult few months at the Emirates.
Arteta was appointed as Unai Emery’s successor earlier this month and oversaw a 1-1 draw with Bournemouth for his first game in charge.
He faces a sterner test against rivals Chelsea in the club’s final game of 2019 on Sunday.
Arteta has now outlined his plans on how to recapture the glory days in North London.
“We need to connect the team with the fans again,” he told Sky Sports.
“I sense in the last few seasons there has been a big disconnection, and we are losing a lot of power.
“I said before that they are probably the most important part of the football club, and we need to get…