Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette's addition to the Arsenal squad has made it increasingly difficult for Danny Welbeck to get regular minutes. However, the England international has decided to look at the silver lining and is working on making himself better. 


Lacazette and Aubameyang are the two obvious number 9s for Arsenal, but Welbeck is just relishing the competition. 



"It's competition and I embrace it," Welbeck said, as quoted by Goal.


"Ever since I was a young kid, I've been playing for an academy with scouts all over the world that are looking for top players to come in.You have competition throughout your whole life and it only makes you better."


"That competitive edge gives you extra motivation."


Welbeck's form has also been a point of concern, as the England international hasn't managed to find the back of the net since January. He's also been struggling with niggling injuries, which have most certainly hindered his growth, but the player wants to focus on starting afresh. 




"Obviously the injuries have derailed me in the past, but it’s gone now and there’s nothing I can do about it," added Welbeck.


"My mindset’s just focused on looking forward, bettering myself, getting on the pitch, on the training pitch, doing what I can do to improve myself.When I get on that pitch, I want to make an impact. That’s all I can say."


Heading into the business end of the season, Arsenal do need some positive reinforcement.  They have got a great result against Milan in the Europa League, and are focusing all their attention on bringing the trophy home.