Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has yet to find the back of the net this season but boss Unai Emery is relaxed with the situation.
“The first idea for us is to create chances and then the players’ confidence for starting to arrive in the box, to score,” Emery said.
“Maybe the players can not score three good chances in one match and on another day, I am sure they are going to do maybe the same chances in one match and score three.
“For that, Aubameyang is a player who, in his career, has scored a lot and he is going to do that here also.”
Meanwhile Emery insists he has the upmost respect for Jack Wilshere’s ability and expects the midfielder will receive a warm welcome when he returns with West Ham on Saturday.
Wilshere, 26, spent 17 years with the Gunners, 10 with the first team.
But despite prolonged negotiations, the England international couldn’t come to an agreement on a new deal with Arsenal before leaving as a free agent.
“I spoke with him for 15 minutes here in Colney before he left,” said Emery on Wednesday.
“The first thing for me is I have respect for his career here. And then, he chooses what the best was for him in his future. It’s for that, on Saturday, I know that here, the supporters like him and have this respect also.
“I think there is a good reception for him here.”