Germany international Bernd Leno has acknowledged that he has experienced a relatively good season with Arsenal. The shot-stopper started the season as the second-choice to Petr Cech in goal but he managed to secure the number one role after the veteran suffered a hamstring injury midway through the Premier League game against Watford in October.
Since then, he has racked 23 starts in the English top-flight and most of his performances have been consistent enough to please the Gunners faithful. Speaking to Arsenal.com, Leno said: “I think I’ve played a good season and of course I need time to get a feeling and adapt to the league and my new team. Goalkeeper is a special person and I think I’m now in a good moment. I will keep working over the last eight games to show my best performances and help the team. I think today I did the same like weeks before. We are in the top four and now the other teams will wait for our mistakes.”
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