Ramsey: I’ve adapted my body to cope with Premier League


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Aaron Ramsey says he’s adapted his physique to cope with life in the Premier League and hopes his injury-free run will proceed.

The Wales worldwide has been a mainstay of Arsene Wenger’s midfield this season starting 13 of Arsenal’s 15 Premier League fixtures to date.

Having notched up seven assists and three objectives along the best way, the 26-year-old is enjoying arguably his greatest run of type within the first workforce since 2013/14.

“I know what I’m able to doing,” he advised the Evening Standard on a go to to Stoke Newington Secondary Faculty this week.

“I simply need to keep match and wholesome and let my football deal with itself.

“I’ve been placing the whole lot out there and hopefully it should continue.

“I've tailored my physique to the load of enjoying in the Premier League and am build up that fitness progressively.

“I’ve felt really good up to now and hopefully that’ll continue for a very long time now.”

Ramsey also confirmed that his deft assist for Alex Lacazette in last week’s 3-1 defeat to Manchester United was very much deliberate.

The midfielder’s darting run behind the Purple Devils defence ended with a delightful cushioned cross again to the Frenchman to fireside past David De Gea.

“I used to be going to take a touch however out of the corner of my eye I saw De Gea popping out, Lacazette was up there so I simply knocked it back to him.

“Hopefully that puts an end to that debate,” he concluded.