"I am proud and happy the coach decided on me and I will give my best performances so that won't change", Leno told the "Daily Mail".
While the top sides have made impressive starts to the campaign, defender Rob Holding believes the Gunners have done a good job to keep up with them - the draw against Liverpool leaving them four points behind last season's beaten Champions League finalists.
Liverpool were held to a 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Saturday but could have been ahead after only 20 minutes when Roberto Firmino chipped the ball over goalkeeper Bernd Leno and it came back off the post for Sadio Mane to tap in. It is clear Arsenal are in a very good moment.
It must be good for Matteo Guendouzi to have a player like Alexandre Lacazette help him in that way.
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The former Newcastle United star is still waiting to win his first trophy as a Liverpool FC player since his free transfer to Anfield from Manchester City under Brendan Rodgers in 2015. But at the beginning of the season, you had the feeling the fans become very uneasy, but the fans immediately pushed us forward. "If we work like this and play like this, we could have a great season".
"I can't compare it because a year ago I was not here but I think [Emery] changed some things - of course, the way we play from behind but also to play very aggressive, the defence is getting better, controlled".
"You have a compact formation, you force Arsenal to pass the ball somewhere - that's pressing, it's not that complicated", Klopp explained. We needed to be more solid - that's something to learn from. As evidenced by our incredible 14 game unbeaten run, including an away win at Sporting Lisbon who hadn't lost at home for a year and then the scintillating comeback against Liverpool.