Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said his long-term project at the north London club will explode into life once football returns to normality after the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic recedes.
The Spaniard led Arsenal to the FA Cup last season but the team failed to kick on and is tenth in the Premier League this campaign.
Arsenal’s FA Cup defence was ended by Southampton in the fourth round and the Europa League is its only hope of silverware this season.
“We have created a really strong group, a bond with our players, fans, and staff and that is going to pay off in the future when everything comes back to normal,” Arteta said.
“I think this project is going to go bang and this is where we are. Sometimes it is difficult to see the moment now, but I’m sure of where we are going.”
Arteta said securing European football next…