Unai Emery has admitted that Arsenal’s slow start to games is an area they need to improve after the Gunners came from behind to draw at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday.
Ivan Cavaleiro’s close-range finish put the visitors in front in the first-half, before Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored a late equaliser.
And Emery thought his team should have done better.
“Maybe [starting slow is] one thing we can improve but that comes naturally in our work,” he said.
“The team played with character and we had chances to draw before our goal. We also continued to look for ways to create and to win the game but then we drew.
“In the last five or 10 minutes, we had the same idea with the risk but also thinking to win.”
The Gunners are now three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, while Wolves remain 11th in the Premier League standings.