It is even said that Ramsey wanted a large pay rise in lieu of the £350,000-a-week deal handed to Mesut Ozil back in February after the play-maker long delayed putting pen-to-paper.
"He's somebody that I'd like to see stay because I think he is that player who is never afraid".
The 36-year-old appeared to tweak a hamstring after taking a goal-kick just before half-time, and was replaced by Bernd Leno, who made his league debut for the Gunners.
The Germany worldwide now appears set to stay in the side at least until the global break, potentially giving him matches against Qarabag and Fulham to make a claim for more regular minutes.More news: Fortnite Season 6 Wiki: All Weekly Challenges, Secret Battle Stars, Tips & More
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"I'm very upset for my players because I feel they deserved more, a better result", Gracia said.
'I am very happy with him.
Iwobi created the opening goal as his cross was put through his own net by Watford defender Craig Cathcart while under pressure from Lacazette in the 80th minute.
Watford enjoyed a stunning start to the Premier League season but have dropped off in recent weeks and find themselves sixth in the table, two points behind Arsenal.
Emery's men are on a great run of form at the moment after a hard opening two weeks of the season, having won their last six games in all competitions and making the Gunners look like real contenders for a top-four finish once again. "I am sure the best for us and the best for him is to take this opportunity to do the best performance each match, to show every supporter his best quality".