Super Eagles star Alex Iwobi and his Arsenal teammates must continue to improve their game even if they make mistakes, according to coach Unai Emery.
Arsenal have been on an impressive showing this season as they have won 11 games at a stretch.
Iwobi has also been in fine form for the Gunners this term having gathered six appearances with a goal and three assists.
However, Emery who took over from long-term gaffer of the North London outfit, Arsene Wenger, has said the team must continue to make improvements in their game.
“We can’t just stop at one mistake,” Emery told Arsenal’s website. “I think for Alex and our other players, we need to work on things every day.
“They think, ‘How can I improve?’ or ‘How can I do better in a different situation within the game?
“The mistake is to learn and to attempt another action.
“The confidence is giving them the possibility to do the things well and also when they make a mistake, it makes them want to do better on the next attempt.”
He added that “my idea with the players is to give them confidence every day by working hard in every session, in the video analysis, with the videos we give them.
“We give them the opportunity to watch their action first, their good actions, their bad actions, and this is the way for them to take a lot of confidence or learn how to improve.”