• Forward working to stay more focused after missing chances
  • Brazilian also aiming to get in the box more to boost tally

Gabriel Jesus says he has made changes to his mentality as he strives to become more lethal in front of goal. The Arsenal No 9, who scored one and set up the other in his team’s 2-1 win at Nottingham Forest on Tuesday, has worked hard to keep his head up after misses. He is also determined to place greater emphasis on getting into the box and finishing.

Jesus has heard the criticism that he is not sufficiently clinical for what feels to him like his entire career. The 26-year-old maintains it is reductive to judge him purely on his goals return given how much he contributes in general play. Moreover, he does score goals. But it is not to say that he is not focused on getting better.

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