Aubameyang wrote in the match programme ahead of the FA Cup third round tie at home to Leeds United yesterday. They are a great team and what they've built is powerful.
"When I see what I don't want to see, and I'm not speaking in a technical or tactical way, I can't be happy and I have to let them know".
"The players are not used to a transition game, and they have to experience it", the Spaniard added, despite his Premier League team being packed with multi-million pound players from around Europe and Brazil.
"We needed to react and we modified some issues however I feel the largest change was how we approached the second half, the mentality, how aggressive we had been, how intense we had been".
"Now I'm truly comfortable nonetheless we observed two completely completely different teams from the first to second half", Arteta knowledgeable reporters.
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Reports have suggested the Gabon worldwide, 30, is keen to make sure he is playing Champions League football next season.
However, Arteta was not impressed by his side's start to the game and claimed he had learned a lot from how they reacted to beating Manchester United 2-0 on New Year's Day to kickstart his reign in charge.
'I said before the game, to play against them is like going to the dentist. Their manager has told them that the cups are vital as they try to get a bit of momentum going. "The second half was better and thank you, Reiss, for the goal!"
After the match, manager Mikel Arteta expressed his content with how his side bounced back from an very bad first 45 minutes to book their place in the next round of the competition.
"The way they play they make it very hard, they play man-to-man around the pitch", Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said. "We need to do this more now". "And now we are not in a position to relax because we are not good enough to relax".