Arsenal forward, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang said he is yet to hit his best of form after scoring a brace in Gunners 4-2 victory against Tottenham in the North London derby on Sunday.
Arsenal had seen themselves trailing 2-1 before the end of the first half after Aubameyang had scored from the spot just ten minutes in the first half before Spurs responded with two goals in four minutes as Eric Dier levelled before Harry Kane completed the comeback heading to the first half.
Aubameyang went on to level matters for the Gunners in the 56th minute before goals from Alexander Lacazette and Lucas Torreira in the 74th and 77th minute gave the Gunners the much needed three points to overtake Tottenham to fourth place in the Premier League table.
Aubameyang in an interview with Arsenaltv.com refused to lay claim to the Premier League Golden Boot yet as he currently leads the goalscorer chart with two goals clear from Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero.
He said, “It’s early in the season and I know that we have good strikers in this league,” he said. “It will be tough, but I am happy that we won against Tottenham. I think the most important thing, as I always say, is the team.
“I think I’m not at my 100 per cent, but it is coming. Against Tottenham, I felt very good on the pitch and I am really happy. But my best form is coming.
“It’s the best league in the world so it’s a great challenge for me. Of course, I prefer playing centrally, but I know that I am can help the team and sometimes the coach puts me on the left side. But as I said, it’s my favourite position, so on Sunday it was good,”