Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said one of the main differences between himself and Unai Emery is that he does not tend to focus so much on the opposition, but rather on his own side.
Arteta replaced Emery as the Gunners’ head coach last month, and has appeared to have a positive effect on the team so far.
Arteta revealed that although he considers the potential dangers opponents can possess, he is currently more interested in implementing his philosophy on his players.
“We have three analysts here that look a lot at the opposition,” Arteta said. “I do it myself as well, I like my assistants to look at it.
“But at the moment I’m focusing much more on our principles, our way of playing, the way that we want to play rather than the opponent.
“I don’t want to give them too much information about them and us, we don’t have much time to train.”