Arsenal striker Lacazette has labeled his team-mate Aaron Ramsey as a club legend.
Ramsey is the Gunners’ longest serving player, having moved to the Emirates from boyhood club Cardiff City back in 2008.
The 27-year-old overcame a horrific leg break in 2010 to go onto to become one of the top attacking midfielders in the Premier League, with Lacazette revealing the huge level of admiration that he and the other members of the Arsenal squad have for the Wales midfielder.
“Aaron has been there for about 10 years, he is like a legend at the club,” he told Sky Sports News.
“We have to be respectful for everything he has done and of course with his quality he can help the team to be better. He brings stability, quality and leadership.
“He is an example for all the young players too, so of course we need Aaron in the team.”
However, Ramsey is still yet to sign a new contract at the Emirates, although new Gunners boss Unai Emery has confirmed that he sees the talented midfielder as an integral part of his new look Arsenal side.