“I thought we played well, the boys played well so to be behind was a bit harsh so I’m happy I can come on and make a big impact like that,” he told Sky Sports after the draw with Tottenham.
“I’m an Arsenal player so it does make it sweeter but I’m happy to come here, come on the pitch and make an impact like the manager told me to do.
“He told me to run around and score, get into the box and score goals, that’s what I love to do so I’m happy I could help the team with one day.
“As a group of players, we’re all willing to fight for each other collectively. If we continue to play like we did today, we’ll have no problems staying in this league.”