The previous Gunners protector can't see a Gabonese striker pursuing down objective records in north London, however feels he will be recognized as an incredible
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will battle to pursue down Thierry Henry and Ian Wright in the objective stakes at Arsenal however a man with another agreement in his possession can at present concrete a notoriety for being a Gunners legend, says Martin Keown.
After a time of much vulnerability at Emirates Stadium, with Mikel Arteta conceding that he dreaded an arrangement would not be done at one phase, a supernatural presence has focused on new terms.
Aubameyang has expanded his relationship with Arsenal through to 2023, with the Gabonese striker currently allowed to zero in on his football and upgrading a record that is as of now powerfully great.
The 31-year-old has discovered the objective on 72 events through only 111 appearances for the Gunners, with his strike rate assisting with landing FA Cup and Community Shield respects.
There is each motivation to accept that there will be a lot more endeavors to come, with the accomplishments of some notorious figures there to pursue down.
Aubameyang will think that its extreme to get close to Wright (185 objectives) and Henry (228 objectives) at the head of the Arsenal scoring diagrams, however Keown anticipates that him should stand out forever as an Arsenal extraordinary.
The previous Gunners safeguard told talkSPORT: "Aubameyang cherishes playing there and he needs to be a legend later on, so why not?
"He's 31 years old and he's turned down Barcelona by the best approach to remain there. I feel that discloses to you the amount he cherishes the football club and what he's hoping to accomplish.
"On the off chance that they win the Premier League in the following three years, at that point he absolutely will turn into a legend in the event that he has a significant influence in that.
"You take a gander at the objectives record that he has and he can't get close [Thierry] Henry and I'm not even sure he can get Ian Wright.
"Be that as it may, he needs to emulate their example. I saw a piece with Ian Wright only a couple of days prior and he went over humble during that trade. He runs over a real character to me.
"It accomplishes something for you that football club – it's an immense club. I will adore that football club until the day I pass on.
"He feels that way and it turns out in the manner he plays. He assumes liability and has no dread before objective.
"He adores it, so for what reason would he need to head off to some place else?"
Keown included, with Aubameyang having evaded enthusiasm from Barcelona so as to stay at the Emirates: "Who's to propose he can't satisfy his fantasies playing under Arteta?
"Okay truly have imagined that Arsenal could have won the FA Cup toward the finish of last season?
"Okay truly have accepted they could have beat Man City, Chelsea and Liverpool in the same number of weeks? And afterward there's the manner in which they've begun this season.
"He's persuaded by Arteta and I feel that is the truly uplifting news, above all else for the Arsenal fans who have a director who is getting things going and turning that football club around.
"It's a juggernaut he's convoluted – it's a monstrous football club."