Things at Arsenal won’t fall apart when things go wrong under Mikel Arteta like they did with Unai Emery, talkSPORT has been told.
Emery was sacked by the Gunners last November after a seven-game winless streak.
He reached the Europa League final, but ultimately his reign at the North London club was a failure.
Arteta started well and won the FA Cup at the end of last season.
Mirror reporter Darren Lewis believes the Spaniard will meet both his short and long term goals at Arsenal.
He told talkSPORT: “He didn’t even have a full first season and he won the FA Cup. So immediately, he gets the silverware which takes him to Europe and the pressure is off.
“I agree, you are always under pressure as a Premier League manager, as the Premier League top manager of a big club even more. There is no doubt about it.
“I think there is a big difference between him and the direction he is heading, the way he wants to play his football, his defensive organization versus Unai Emery, who lacked authority in the locker room and with the largest fan base.
“Okay, I had a few good points, but when the chips went down it all fell apart.
“I don’t see this happening with Arteta. He knows what he wants in the short and long term and I think he will get it not only from the club but also from the players.