Samir Nasri remains convinced that the 4-3-3 formation can help Arsenal in their quest for Premier League glory.
The French international was brought to the Emirates from Marseille in 2008 and recently made his 50th appearance for the club, with his time in North London hit by a number of injury problems.
He is looking to remain at Arsenal for many years and feels he can offer a lot to the side in the future. The Gunners currently sit fourth in the Premier League table and are 11 points behind leaders Chelsea after the West London side beat them 3-0 at the Emirates at the weekend.
Nasri claims the 4-3-3 formation that Arsene Wenger has been using this season suits the players which he has at his disposal and can be used efficiently to beat teams this season.
“I think that the 4-3-3 has worked because of the quality here,” he said. “It enables not just me but everyone to express themselves. I think that at the end of last season we adopted this style against Chelsea and some of the others, but it suits me as I can play on the left, on the right or in the middle and is something I’m well suited to.”
Wenger came out earlier this week and insisted that Arsenal were still capable of winning the title despite lagging behind in the table.
According to the Frenchman, Chelsea can drop points over the rest of the season and his side need to continue picking up wins to make up ground.