Striker delighted with Arsenal move
Germany striker Lukas Podolski has revealed his delight at joining Arsenal but would not be drawn on their title hopes just yet.
Podolski joined the Gunners from home-town club Cologne in the summer and has already impressed for Arsenal with three goals in five games, including a strike at Montpellier in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
The forward has moved to thank the club for helping him settle in so quickly, and Podolski is pleased with the way the Gunners have started the campaign.
"When I came on the first day to the club everyone made it easy for me," he said. "Not only the team around the team, the coaches, the physios, the president and all the staff make it easy for me.
"We have only played four or five matches and I have three goals and I am very happy about the good start for me and for the team.
"Last week we played very well. This is the style of football that I like, we play with one or two touches."
Arsenal remain unbeaten in the league, having conceded just one goal to date, and sit third in the standings.
Podolski, however, feels it is too early to talk of titles and insists that the Gunners are just taking each game as it comes in these early stages of the season.
He added: "We play straight to the front, but we have only played four matches and we are not ready to speak about the title or the Champions League.
"We must carry on playing like the last few matches and we must keep on fighting."