Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey has stated that he’s getting use to Premier league football.

The Ghanaian International midfielder has endured a frustrating life to English football, having suffered series of injuries since his move to the Emirates stadium last summer.

However the former Atletico Madrid anchor man is now back to full fitness and is looking forward for a more consistent performance for Arsenal as he adapts gradually to the English Premier league.

Thomas Partey on life at Arsenal and English Premier league

It was a difficult moment to get used to how the team plays and I think the injuries are part of the adaptation,” he said. “I think people have their own opinion, but it depends on me and how I adapt to the situation that I’m in. It is part of the game, you never know when you’ll get injured. I do all my work, I try to make sure I’m fit to play any game.

Thomas Partey with Arsenal Doctor


“I had a few games, against Man United and against Wolves [where I was 100 per cent], and I was able to show what I can do. Due to less games and less training, I have to keep working and have to keep trying to get back to that level of performance.

“I think this is just the start. I’m starting to get used to how my mates play, how the Premier League goes and with time everything will be good. I will do my best and will do my work to try to make sure I will be at my best.”

Partey challenges for the ball with Paul Pogba

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