Arsenal manager Unai Emery has urged his side to up their intensity in order to create more of a connection with the Emirates crowd.
The Gunners faithful have not always seemed overly enamoured with their sides showings and their manager’s decisions at times at home this season, and Spanish coach Emery wants to build that relationship as his side push for a place in the top four and success in the Europa League over the remainder of the campaign.
”I think we also to create a good feeling with our supporters, a good atmosphere here, giving them our energy, giving them our quality and both is very important,” Emery tod a press conference ahead of his sides Premier League clash with Southampton this afternoon.
”Quality and energy, and intensity and I want to develop with this capacity in our team.
”We are doing, I think here more than away from home, but consistency is my target with this team in this condition.
”We want to take this intensity very much. At home here, we have created this, we are very demanding for every player to press, to push for 90 minutes and give the opposition a difficult 90 minutes, a hard 90 minutes here.
”We did that here (against BATE) and we have a lot of matches but each match is a new chapter, a new challenge and Sunday I prefer to change some players if I know they are going to give us this intensity on Sunday.”