EPL: Ian Wright reveals why Arsenal must allow Ramsey leave

Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal scores his team's third goal during the Premier League match between Fulham FC and Arsenal FC at Craven Cottage

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Earlier this month, Ramsey's representatives Avid Sports & Entertainment Group confirmed he is likely to depart as a free agent at the end of the season after the club chose not to continue discussions over a new contract.

"The team spirit is better".

"We've seen him [Ramsey] in the Euros dominating when he was absolutely fantastic, we've seen the season [2013-14] he has with Arsenal scoring 20-plus goals and was awesome, we've seen he can score in big games, winning cup finals", Wright told BBC Radio 5 live.

Head coach Unai Emery lost his first two games in charge - to champions Manchester City and London rivals Chelsea - but since then his team has been flawless.

Arsenal duo Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have made history in the Premier League following the Gunners 5-1 victory over Fulham.

Aubameyang's arrival cast doubt on Lacazette's future at the club but the pair have clicked on and off the pitch, mustering 11 goals between them this season.

Aubameyang quickly emerged as a force following his January move from Borussia Dortmund, but the Gabon striker's arrival pushed Lacazette into a bit-part role. Just work as we did and we will see at the end of the season. The first is his humility to work every day, to listen, to learn.

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'But I hope Auba scores as many goals to help us win something'.

Midfielder Alex Iwobi praised the policy change prior to the Qarabag match: "It's good for us to train on the pitch as well so we can get familiar and get used to the pitch", he said.

Slavisa Jokanovic's side are the only Premier League team yet to keep a clean sheet this season - but the Whites boss is not about to park the bus in an attempt to turn things around.

The last time the Gunners didn't experience a win was in the narrow away defeat to Chelsea, stretching back over nine games.

"I believe in us, we believe in our process but also we must keep taking confidence".

"I must be anxious when we play bad and lose, I trust we play well and have more options to win the game".

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