Alex Iwobi Shares The One Advice He Got From Arsenal Legend HenryPublished: August 04, 2018
Alex Iwobi has revealed details of the advice he got from Arsenal legend Thierry Henry.
The Hale End Academy product penned a new long-term contract on Friday and will be registered as one of the homegrown players when the Gunners submit their roster to the Premier League.
Speaking to arsenal.com, Iwobi said : '' I couldn’t believe it when I was told that Thierry Henry was going to come and coach us, and I will always remember this one thing he said.
''He would always say that a lot of people play well, but if you haven’t impacted the game or done something that people recognise, then you really go unnoticed.
''Basically for an attacking player, you have to get that goal or you have to get that assist.''
In 98 appearances for Arsenal in all competitions, Iwobi has registered his named on the score-sheet 9 times and provided 18 assists.
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