Mesut Ozil says he wouldn’t change much about the last season in which he impressed but finished without a trophy at Arsenal.
Ozil scored eight goals and layed on a further 19 in all competitions for Arsenal, ultimately winning the club’s Player of the Year award having also being nominated for the PFA prize.
The Gunners eventually finished 10 points behind Leicester City in the Premier League, despite being top of the league at the turn of the year, but Ozil was happy with the campaign on the whole.
“There’s not much I’d change about last term,” he told the German FA website. “I was fit, played well in a lot of games and was consistent. That’s the main thing as far as I’m concerned.
“Tottenham lost heavily on the final weekend of the season and we got to overtake them thanks to a victory.
“It was certainly a nice end to the campaign. Finishing second was great, but obviously it would have been better to win the league.
“[Leicester] deserve a lot of credit – they were consistent throughout the season and fully deserved to win the title.”