Gibbs keen to boost Arsenal goal tally

The England international is determined to add a greater end product to his game this season, although he is pleased with the way he has been playing for the Gunners

Arsenal left-back Kieran Gibbs feels he is playing the best football of his career but wants to boost his goals and assists tally.

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The England international has been a mainstay in Arsene Wenger’s side this season, having played in every Premier League and Champions League game so far.

Gibbs, who made his Gunners debut in 2007, has provided three assists, as well as scoring one goal this term, but he is determined to better those figures.

"I think this year I've moved up a level," Gibbs told Arsenal’s official matchday programme.

"I've stayed fit and finally shown what I can do. There's still a lot more I want to do though, especially offensively.

"Even on Saturday [against Southampton], I felt like I could have created more trouble for the opposition in the final third.

"I want to add more assists and even goals too. We play a certain way which enables me to get involved in the attack.

“But overall I'm happy and I just want to keep progressing and improving."

Gibbs is likely to get another chance to add to those figures when Arsenal take on Marseille in the Champions League on Tuesday evening.