Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said he is still far from bedding in his attacking philosophy at the club but is hopeful that a training camp in Dubai can help the players recharge their batteries and soak in his ideas.
Arsenal were held 0-0 at Burnley on Sunday for their fourth straight Premier League draw, leaving Arteta with only one win from his first seven league matches in charge since replacing Unai Emery in December.
They have scored only eight goals in those games.
“We have to improve quality-wise. We’re very far in terms of what I want in sustaining attacks and being unpredictable in our play, but that’s a process,” Arteta told Sky Sports.