Ex German midfielder Mesut Ozil and Arsenal manager Unai Emery are slowly finding a common ground, following a major dispute since arriving at the club.
Ozil is in contention to start against Everton in Sunday’s fixture, having been ridden of first team football in what Emery explained to be due to physical demands.
Ian Wright has however admitted he was quite uncomfortable with the way Mesut was treated, saying it was quite unbeneficient to the ex German footballer.
“The way he was being treated by Unai Emery – there was too much negativity around him,” Wright said.
“He was trying, he does what he does and that’s how he plays. To leave him out completely and say the things he’s saying about tactically and his physicality I found that very uncomfortable
“I don’t think Mesut’s learned any lessons he will continue to play how he plays.
“If you look at his stats he runs back as much as anyone else he does his fair share of that kind of stuff
“The way he plays he’s too good to not be involved at all. Whatever people are saying about that he doesn’t do it against the top six
“I’m not interested because against teams like Newcastle and the rest he will do it and that’s where you’re going to pick points up.”