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Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney settled in Premier League after joining Celtic

Mikel Arteta says it was a “pleasure” to help Kieran Tierney adjust to life at Arsenal as the Scottish international continues to impress.

The 23-year-old left Celtic for the UAE last summer, but his first Premier League season has been affected by injuries.

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After suffering a dislocation of the shoulder, he did not appear under Arteta until after the restart and since then, he has been in excellent shape, playing as a winger or as a left central rear in a three-man defense.

Tierney looks set to start Sunday Sky Live North London derby at Tottenham as Arsenal seek to stay one step ahead of their neighbors and keep hopes of European qualification on track.

Supporters and experts praised Tierney, while Arteta revealed that the defender’s approach has made it even easier to adjust his approach to English football.

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“I am very impressed with him,” said Arteta.

“Just how he acted and worked on his rehabilitation. Everyone loves him at the club and it’s no coincidence, he wins him every day: the way he treats people, the way he works all around, the energy he brings to place.

“Then, with his performances, I am delighted. He adapted very well. He is a player who gives you everything in every session and every game and the quality he adds.

“You help him with pleasure because of what he brings, his constant desire to work, to improve and to give the maximum to the team. “

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Arteta, who spent two seasons with the Rangers before joining Everton in 2005, has identified the main differences between playing in Scotland and England and believes Tierney has coped well with the changes.

“He had a really tough time because of the injuries because he moved to a different city, a different context than he had in Glasgow with a club that won all the time and where he was very established,” added Arteta .

“It was a challenge for him. He coped with it in the best possible way, with some difficulties.

“He needed the club to support him, he needed his teammates to make his life easier. We are all trying to help him. “

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