Arsenal defender David Luiz said his team can “do big things” after beating Manchester United to earn a first win under new boss Mikel Arteta.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Nicolas Pepe scored in a 2-0 win that lifts Arsenal to 10th in the Premier League, four points behind fifth-placed United.
It ended a run of seven home games without victory and was a first success against top-half opposition this term.
“I believe he [Arteta] can improve every player,” said 32-year-old Luiz.
“Mikel is a great coach and knows football. He was a great player, he brings things and I believe in his philosophy.
“We are going to do big things in the future, but step by step.”
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