Arsenal youngster Serge Gnabry says he wants to do all he can to impress manager Arsene Wenger at the clubs pre-season training camp in Germany.

The 17-year old winger recently signed a professional contract with the Gunners and now he has adjusted to the idea of becoming a senior player, he feels ready to mix it with the big boys and show the boss what he can do.

"It has gone very well and I am enjoying being involved with the first team very much," he told Arsenal's official website.

"I am trying my best and working as hard as I can.

"This will give me an advantage because it is something different and I can learn a lot from the players. I wasn't quite sure if I was going because I had some injury problems before. But when they finally told me I was going I was buzzing.

"It is a very big chance and I hope I take it. At the beginning I was a bit nervous but I settled down after some time. You just get into training, try your best and then learn a lot from the other players."

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