Arsenal youngster, Bukayo Saka, has said he will continue to push and ‘keep progressing’ with the Gunners.
The England international scored in the 1-1 draw with Benfica on Thursday, taking his season tally to five.
“We dominated the whole game,” Saka told BT Sport. “They got a lucky penalty which I don’t think was. We had to react well.
“We got a goal back and could have gone on to win it. It’s not the worst result, we got an away goal.
“It was good inter-play [for the goal]. We managed to switch the ball and it was a good finish by myself so I’m happy with the goal.
“I feel like I’m improving every game. I’m trying to impress, trying to learn and listen to the boss because he gives great advice. I’m grateful to have a good team and good family around me. I just want to keep progressing.
“It is about managing the game. Last year when we went out to Olympiakos we conceded a silly goal. We can’t put a foot wrong because if we do we will make it difficult for ourselves.”