"I believe that he comes back from injury and has worked very hard, Ozil as well".
Ozil has been heavily criticised by a host of pundits for his performances during the 2017-18 campaign and Keown insisted he looked somewhere near back to his best at Everton.
Reports emerged earlier this week suggesting that Ozil has informed his Arsenal teammates of his desire to reunite with Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, but Wenger believes that the German midfielder left all his talking for the field with his "superb" display at Goodison Park. 'He's suddenly turned up [at Everton] and was running with objective and energy.
"If you give them time on the ball and allow them to play like they played today, you're in trouble". Is he playing for a move?
Seventeen days later, the former Arsenal defender was full of praise.
Aaron Ramsey made the match 4-1 to the visitors in the final minute of normal time, however, Oumar Niasse managed to pull it back to 4-2, before an Alexis Sanchez strike confirmed the three points would be heading to the Emirates Stadium.
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Ronald Koeman doesn't know if he'll remain Everton manager after a 5-2 loss to Arsenal saw his team slip into the Premier League's relegation zone on Sunday.
While Keown questioned Ozil's motives amid strong speculation linking him with United, Wenger felt his performance was in fact proof he had no intention of leaving Arsenal.
"He was superb. Agile, quick, intelligent".
Wenger said at his post-match press conference: "We live in an environment where we have to deal with wrong news".
"The players and myself always only have one response, [which] is what is happening on the football pitch".
How Koeman must wish he could call on the pace of a player like Sanchez, the creativity of Ozil or the finishing of Lacazette.