You have to challenge yourself and improve yourself.
"Danny is a tough lad, so if he's on the floor, I know it's something serious". We reacted well from the bad performance against Watford, we didn't achieve the result against Brighton or Tottenham but we performed well. "I think the players were concentrated for the match but when we finished the first thing was to ask about him [Welbeck]".
Rob Holding: "I didn't see it because obviously I'm at the other end of the pitch so I didn't see exactly what he'd done".
"Now he's at the hospital and the news is at the moment we are going to wait, but we think this is a serious injury".
After the match, Emery confirmed that his back-up striker had suffered a "big" injury and that he had immediately been taken to hospital.
The reaction from youngster Matteo Guendouzi just says it all.
Wolves team news to follow.
Numerous fans had differing reactions to how the game went on social media, with some just pleased that they have qualified for the latter stages, whilst others were disappointed with the performances from some of their players.
The Portuguese lost 1-0 to Arsenal in the first leg at home but were determined not to leave the Emirates empty handed.
Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been named Premier League Player of the Month for October after scoring five goals in three appearances during the month in question.
Unai Emery's men will now shift attention to Sunday's Premier League clash against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Former Gunners defender Keown singled out Aubameyang for criticism after the game and feels there is still much more to come from the 29-year-old.
Chelsea beat BATE Borisov on Thursday night to seal passage into the knockout stages of the UEFA Europa League.