The Gunners youngster has praised the training revolution in his homeland, and says it is responsible for the rise of the likes of Mario Gotze and Mesut Ozil
Three Bundesliga outfits, Schalke, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, topped their respective Champions League groups this season, while the national team have been among the favourites in recent tournaments.
The likes of Mario Gotze, Mesut Ozil, Marco Reus and Julian Draxler have all excelled on the international stage, which Eisfeld feels is no surprise, given the recent revolution in training.
"I remember from my time in Germany, we did a lot of work with the ball," the former BVB youngster told his club's official website.
"Maybe in the past it was different in Germany. There was more of an emphasis on tackling and battling for possession. Now there's more stress on passing, dribbling and technical ability.
"[Ozil, Reus, Draxler and Gotze] are all sublime players. I think I can take a lot from their game and I will," said Eisfeld, who reserved particular praise for Gotze.
"He's outstanding - one of the best 20-year-olds in the world. He's already world-class but if he carries on the way he's going, he'll be the best No.10 in the world."