The Gunners' manager says there is an opportunity for the Korean to make his debut against Shrewsbury on Tuesday and has backed the mobile forward to be a success
Park, who joined Arsenal in a late spending spree from recently relegated French outfit Monaco, is well known for his dynamism as an all-round striker, but his lack of experience in the Premier League led to questions being raised over his signing.
However, Wenger is absolutely confident that the 26 year-old’s versatility up front will prove to be a great asset for the Gunners this season.
“Park is good in every area,” Wenger told the club's official website. “He is good in the air, good technically, he is mobile and that’s why he is an adaptable striker who can play up front behind the striker.
“That’s why we went for him. What I like with him is that he is very mobile and that’s the basis of our game.”
Wenger knows a fair amount about Asian football having spent a successful stint in Japan while managing Nagoya Grampus in the 1990s.
“Asian culture, usually, is well suited to team sports,” he said.
“Their culture is very collective and once they get the technical level they are very at ease in a sport where, in England, you need commitment, focus and team attitude. Their culture is well suited to that.”
Park is expected to make his Arsenal debut when they take on Shrewsbury in the League Cup clash tonight.
Wenger added: "There is an also opportunity to see Park for the first time."