AARON RAMSEY is delivering his best form for Arsenal after learning to cut out the “positive mistakes”.
The Gunners’ midfielder has forced his way into Arsene Wenger’s new-look 3-4-3 formation.
And Rambo’s Wales boss Chris Coleman, who uses the creative talent in a similar system, thinks he is finally winning over a critical Emirates crowd by simplifying his game.
Coleman said: “Aaron can affect every situation because he’s so good.
“Sometimes he can lose his position because he is trying too hard and wants to be everywhere.
“But when he’s more measured and thinking a bit more about his game, that’s when he’s at his best.
“It’s a positive mistake. It’s down to his enthusiasm.
“He’s not had an easy ride at Arsenal. He’s had a lot of criticism — sometimes it’s fair, sometimes it’s not.
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“The boffins at Sun Bets tell me there has never been a Premier League game end 0-0 between these sides too so expect goals.
“I’m going to have to go with Jurgen Klopp’s men as on paper they are the much better side.
“12/1 on a 3-1 away win is very tempting.”
“But Aaron has come out with his sleeves rolled up and thought ‘I am going to show those who doubt me’.”
Wenger sees Ramsey, 26, who faces Brighton on Sunday, as a leader in his squad.
And Cookie, who took the captain’s armband off Ramsey five years ago following the shock death of Wales boss Gary Speed, agrees.
Coleman added: “I thought he was too young then. We had lost Speeds and he was close to Gary.
“My words to him were that he was obviously going to be Wales captain again.
“So I am not surprised by Arsene’s comments about him being a future skipper.”