The defender has hailed manager Unai Emery’s astute summer transfer business and insists the Gunners’ strength in depth will pay dividends at the end of the season.
Kieran Tierney may have been the marquee signing this summer but Kolasinac has proved an able deputy in the left-back position, contributing to Arsenal’s eight-game unbeaten run.
Sead Kolasinac believes Arsenal’s squad depth will help them achieve a top four finish
KOLASINAC IN 2019-20
Clean sheets: 2
Yellow cards: 2
Emery’s men will rise to third in the Premier League table with a win at Sheffield United on Monday, and Kolasinac says Arsenal have what it takes to challenge at the top of the table.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international told Premier League Productions: ‘It (the race for the top four) is pretty wide open. For example, Manchester City lost to Wolves before the international break.
‘But we are just going to focus on ourselves and try to work hard to win every game. Who knows what will happen at the end of the season? We are still at the beginning now, but we hope to finish in the top four.
‘We have had a solid start and were in third place before the international break, which was our goal for then.
‘We need to improve on a few things and we are looking to do that. We are working hard on that.’
The Bosnia and Herzegovina star says Arsenal have made an encouraging start to the season