Tomas Rosicky says his two goals against West Brom yesterday were enjoyable, but that he’s just as pleased that he could help out the team to take three crucial points.
The Czech got his second and third goals of the season in the 20th and 50th minutes, and along with his goal line clearance, that was enough to ensure a Gunners victory.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Rosicky said, “I’m not a big goalscorer so it’s great when you score in a goals and you help your team to win, it’s a big day for us.
“I think that last time it happened [scoring twice] was 2007 or 2006, a long time ago, so I enjoyed it very much.”
The win moved Arsenal into 4th place, and if results go their way today, they could stay there. And the midfielder is confident that experience of battling for the top four will see them over the line.
“It will be very interesting until the very end,” he said. “We know we have to be consistent to be there, we have the experience from the last years, so when were produce the stuff we have in the last few weeks I’m confident we’ll be there.”